How do you treat scapular Dyskinesis?
Thereof, does scapular Dyskinesis require surgery?
Labral injury, internal impingement, rotator cuff injury, clavicle fractures and AC separations can cause muscle inhibition, which eventually results scapular dyskinesis. In these cases, the surgical intervention such as arthroscopic plication should be considered primarily.
Also Know, what causes scapular Dyskinesis? Causes of scapular dyskinesis include: Weakness, imbalance, tightness, or detachment of the muscles that control the scapula. Injuries to the nerves that supply the muscles. Injuries to the bones that support the scapula or injuries within the shoulder joint.
Also to know is, what is scapular Dyskinesis?
Scapular dyskinesis (which may also be referred to as SICK scapula syndrome) is an alteration or deviation in the normal resting or active position of the scapula during shoulder movement. For most people, the scapula moves in abnormal ways due to the repetitive use of the shoulder.
How common is scapular Dyskinesis?
Scapular dyskinesis, or alterations in dynamic scapular control, is present in as many as 67% to 100% of athletes with shoulder injuries. However, it is also present in many asymptomatic individuals.