Isokinetic Fatigue Ratio of Shoulder Rotators in Elite Softball Players With and Without Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy, and its Association With the Subacromial Space
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摘要CONTEXT:

Fatigue of the shoulder rotators may cause reduction of the subacromial space (SAS) and contribute to rotator cuff tendinopathy.
OBJECTIVES:

To compare the isokinetic peak torques and fatigue ratios of shoulder external rotators (ER) and internal rotators (IR) between elite softball athletes with and without rotator cuff tendinopathy and to investigate their associations with the SAS.
DESIGN:

Cross-sectional study.
SETTING:

University laboratory.
PARTICIPANTS:

Twenty-five elite softball players and 31 asymptomatic sedentary controls participated in this study.
MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES:

Isokinetic concentric IR and ER peak torque and fatigue ratio were measured at 60°/s and at 180°/s, respectively; and ultrasound measurement of the SAS was measured during 0° and 60° of shoulder abduction.
RESULTS:

Athletes with rotator cuff tendinopathy demonstrated lower peak torque in shoulder concentric ER when compared with their healthy counterparts (37.8 [5.8%] vs 43.6 [8.5%]). No significant difference was found in the fatigue ratios of ER, IR, and ER/IR when compared between elite softball athletes with and without rotator cuff tendinopathy (all P > .24). In asymptomatic athletes, greater IR peak torque (r = .583, P = .03), lower ER/IR strength ratio (r = -.605, P = .02), and greater ER/IR fatigue ratio (r = .575, P = .03) were moderately associated with more reduction of the SAS during 0° and 60° of shoulder abduction.
CONCLUSIONS:

Decreased strength ratio and fatigue ratio of ER/IR were related to reduction of the SAS.
出版社接受日期18.10.2019
著者Wong LYR, Yung SH, Leong HT
期刊名稱Journal of Sport Rehabilitation
出版年份2019
出版社2019 Human Kinetics
語言美式英語

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