Scapular muscle performance in individuals with LE

Is scapular muscle performance compromised in lateral epicondylalgia?

Conservative treatment of individuals with lateral epicondylalgia (LE) is unfortunately associated with poor long-term outcomes, suggesting a less than optimal rehabilitation process. It has been postulated for some time now that scapular muscle function is inherently correlated with symptoms at the lateral elbow. The aim of the following study was to determine scapular muscle strength, endurance and change in thickness amongst individuals with LE, compared to their contralateral elbow, as well as the corresponding limb in a matched control group.

 
 

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