Fernandez-Lopez Results spreadsheet diaphragm treatment and shoulder

Published: 04-02-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/r93nz95zc7.1
Contributors:
Isidro Fernández-López,
David Peña-Otero,
María de los Ángeles Atín-Arratibel,
María Eguillor-Mutiloa,
Carmen Bravo-Llatas,
Marta Genovés-Crespo,
Francisco Javier Callejas-González

Description

This dataset (from clinical trial: Effects of diaphragm muscle treatment in shoulder pain and mobility in subjects with rotator cuff injuries: a dataset derived from a pilot clinical trial) summarises in 16 tables the effectiveness of each of the three intervention groups in shoulder ROM and pain, extracted from 27 subjects with rotator cuff injuries that met the inclusion criteria for the pilot clinical trial. The data are ordered into seven sections. Section 1 contains Table 1 with the raw data of each measure of each variable with a list of abbreviations. Section 2 presents the Shapiro-Wilk test to assess the normality of continuous data (Supplementary Table 2). Section 3 (Supplementary Tables 3, 4, 5) summarises the data of the immediate effectiveness of all three interventions on improving ROM during shoulder flexion, abduction and external rotation using an inclinometry assessment. Section 4 (Supplementary Tables 6, 7, 8) summarises the data of the immediate effectiveness of all three interventions on improving pain during shoulder flexion, abduction, external rotation and extension using Numeric Pain Rating Scale (NPRS). Section 5 (Supplementary Tables 9, 10, 11) summarises the data of the immediate effectiveness of all three interventions on improving PPT in the supraspinatus tendon, xiphoid process and spinous process of C4 using an algometry assessment. Section 6 contains the between-groups comparisons (Supplementary Tables 12, 13, 14). Section 7 (Supplementary Tables 15, 16) contains the data of the demographic and anthropometric characteristics of subjects in each group regarding mean age and mean weight.

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