ARTICLES – abstract
disorders in shoulder instability - rehabilitation involvment
Mirela, Rusu Ligia, Vasilescu Mirela
of Craiova, Kinetotherapy Faculty
the most mobility joint in our
body and also can
development an increase instability after traumatism . Muscle control
in addition with passive contention can reduce joint instability.
Decrease of passive contention and neuromuscular disorders can
involve permanent instability. So, is important to know these
disorders for create a good rehabilitation programme.