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Improve Strength for Shoulder External Rotators

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Can Blood Flow Restriction Therapy Improve Strength for Shoulder External Rotators Better Than Exercise Alone

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the ability of blood flow restriction therapy to improve strength of shoulder muscles during the sidelying external rotation (ER) exercise versus a control group who only performs the sidelying ER exercise.

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Patients and healthy individuals accepted common.study.methods.is-healthy-no

Device - Blood Flow Restriction

Subjects will perform sidelying external rotation exercise

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Can Blood Flow Restriction Therapy Improve Strength for Shoulder External Rotators Better Than Exercise Alone

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NCT03815760

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