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SRP. 2020; 11(6): 1492-1499

A Rehabilitation Program Using Some Rehabilitative Exercises and Thermal Equipment to Treat a Torn Ligament in the Shoulder Joint in Athletes

Wissam Shallal Mohammed, Riad Hassan Saleh, Nagham Salman Kareem.

A torn ligament is called a shoulder sprain, and torn ligaments and shoulder sprains can occur as a result of a single event or from repetitive overuse activities, such as friction or high-impact sports, such as football, wrestling and skiing. Sports activities that involve repetitive movements over the head, such as swimming, tennis, throwing or weightlifting. From here, the importance of the research appeared through the development of a rehabilitation program using some rehabilitative exercises and thermal equipment to treat the injury of the internal ligament rupture of the shoulder joint among athletes. The problem of the research to be studied lies in the injury to which the shoulder joint is exposed due to multiple reasons, where the researcher decided to prepare a rehabilitative program that includes a set of exercises Rehabilitation in addition to thermal devices intended to rehabilitate the injury of a torn ligament of the shoulder joint in some athletes, where the aim of the research is to identify the effect of rehabilitative exercises and thermal devices in the treatment of ruptured ligaments of the shoulder joint to identify the effect of rehabilitative exercises on the range of motion and strength of the shoulder joint The researcher used the experimental method to design the group The one is after me, due to its relevance to the nature of the research problem. The research community is the athletes who practice different sports in the province of Diwaniyah. The research sample was chosen by the intentional method, and they are the (6) athletes who have suffered a torn ligament injury in the shoulder joint, who are (6) injured and various games (handball, volleyball, wrestling, weights, arena and field) After presenting and discussing the results, the researchers reached several conclusions, including that the use of exercises in the rehabilitation program had an effective effect on improving the variables of strength and range of motion, and the researcher recommended that the injured should continue to perform exercises assigned to the shoulder joint for the purpose of preventing future injuries.

Key words: Shoulder sprain, Rehabilitation exercises, Ligament rupture

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