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Rehabilitation of proximal humerus fractures: An environmental scan of Canadian physiotherapy practice patterns

Lowell L Kwan and Norma J MacIntyre*

Published: 20 September, 2017 | Volume 1 - Issue 3 | Pages: 104-119


Figure 3:

The percentage of respondents reporting use of specific elements in multi-component physical therapy interventions for Neer Group 1 (closed bars, n=59 respondents) and complex (open bars, n=45 respondents) proximal humerus fractures. PROM: passive range of motion/pendulum exercises; AAROM: active assisted range of motion; AROM: active range of motion; PR strength: progressive resistive muscle strengthening; GE Strength: gravity eliminated muscle strengthening, GHJ Mob: glenohumeral joint accessory movement mobilization techniques.

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