Effect of icing on the palm after shoulder external rotation with load on shoulder external rotation muscle strength and internal rotation range of motion—Basic research on the effect of icing on the palm for the purpose of preventing pitching disorders—

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  • 肩外旋運動後の手掌へのアイシングが肩外旋筋力と肩内旋可動域に及ぼす影響~投球障害予防を目的とした手掌へのアイシング効果の基礎的研究~
  • カタ ガイセンウンドウ ゴ ノ シュショウ エ ノ アイシング ガ カタ ガイセンキンリョク ト カタ ナイセンカドウイキ ニ オヨボス エイキョウ : トウキュウ ショウガイ ヨボウ オ モクテキ ト シタ シュショウ エ ノ アイシング コウカ ノ キソテキ ケンキュウ

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<p>The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of palm icing on shoulder function. Forty-eight male students were classified into three groups, 16 each; control group, shoulder icing group, palm icing group. The subject performed an external shoulder rotation to all-out. For the next 15 minutes, the control group was resting, the shoulder group was icing the shoulder, and the palm group was icing the palm. The shoulder external rotation muscle strength and internal rotation range of motion were measured before the task, after resting or icing (20 minutes after the task), and 24 hours after. The external rotation muscle strength in the control group was significantly lower 20 minutes after the task than before the task and the next day. External rotation muscle strength in the shoulder group decreased significantly after icing (20 minutes after exercise) compared to before the task. There was no significant decrease in external rotation muscle strength in the palm group. The range of motion of the internal rotation of the shoulder group decreased significantly 24 hours after icing than before the task. There was no significant decrease in the control group and the palm group. It was suggested that icing on the palm is effective in recovering shoulder function after exercise.</p>

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