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CMT for shoulder pain

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CMT - Shoulder

  • Fair evidence (Grade B) for MMT alone or in combination with multimodal treatments for
  • Rotator cuff injuries disease or disorder [1]
  • Shoulder complaints, disorders, dysfunction and/or pain [1]
  • Adhesive capsulitis (especially helpful was the inclusion of proprioceptive retraining) [1]
  • Soft tissue disorders (focus on soft tissue or myofascial treatments) [1]
  • Limited evidence (Grade C) for cervical lateral glide mobilization and/or HVLA (including soft tissue release and exercise) for
  • Minor neurogenic shoulder pain (aka minor peripheral nerve injuries and/or disorders) [1]
  • Insufficient level of evidence (Grade I) for MMT alone or in combination with multimodal treatments for

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