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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

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Vol. 9, Issue 11, Part B (2023)

Comparative effect of longitudinal taping versus California tri pull taping technique for shoulder subluxation in patients with acute stroke

Comparative effect of longitudinal taping versus California tri pull taping technique for shoulder subluxation in patients with acute stroke

Author(s)
Dr. Syed Rais Rizvi, Dr. Umashankar Panda and Ashwini Padmakar Sonawane
Abstract
Background: The subluxation of shoulder is the commonest complication in acute stroke patients in population. Neuromuscular weakness, changes in muscle tone and abnormal signals after acute stroke affect the biomechanics of scapula and shoulder complex resulting subluxation, pain, decrease in flexion and abduction range of motion. Therefore the present study aims to compare the effect of longitudinal taping versus California tri pull taping technique for shoulder subluxation in patients with acute stroke as assessed by NPRS, F-ROM, AB-ROM and subluxation.
Materials and Methods: A pre and post comparative study was done and 40 patients mean age group of 45-65 years were included in the study. Group A received longitudinal taping and Group B received California tri pull taping techniques respectively. NPRS, F-ROM, AB-ROM and subluxation measurement were taken before and after intervention. The intervention was given six times in two weeks. Data was analyzed by Paired and Unpaired t test.
Results: There was very significant difference (p<0.0001) in NPRS, F-ROM, AB-ROM and subluxation measurement values in group B compare to group A after 2 weeks of intervention.
Conclusion: The study concluded that Longitudinal Taping and California tri pull taping both showed significant improvements but California tri pull taping technique showed more effectiveness in improving subluxation as well as NPRS, F-ROM, AB-ROM values in subluxation patients after acute stroke.
Pages: 96-103  |  219 Views  97 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Syed Rais Rizvi, Dr. Umashankar Panda, Ashwini Padmakar Sonawane. Comparative effect of longitudinal taping versus California tri pull taping technique for shoulder subluxation in patients with acute stroke. Int J Appl Res 2023;9(11):96-103.
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