Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University，Guangzhou, 510080, China
Shoulder joint injury is one of the most common in various sports. If treated improperly, athletes’ body health and sports career will be adversely affected. In order to provide more scientific and intuitive guidance basis for clinical treatment of shoulder joint injury, an in-depth analysis on clinical effect of surface electromyography and muscle testing technology for treatment of shoulder joint injury was carried out. In this study, 1,200 shoulder joint injury patients were selected as observation group research objects; 500 athletes without sports injury were additionally selected as control group research objects. Both groups received surface electromyography and isokinetic muscle testing, with test results of the two groups compared. The results of sur- face electromyography and isokinetic muscle testing showed significant differences between observation group and control group patients’ shoulder joint in angular velocity, abduction supraspinatus, infraspinatus IEMG. Difference between the groups P <0.05, with significant statistical significance. It can thus be concluded that after athletes have shoulder joint injury, muscles, joints of associated parts will undergo obvious changes. With surface electromyography and isokinetic muscle testing technology, full and accurate assessment of changed muscle function, status can be made, thereby providing valuable basis for treatment of shoulder joint injury. Therefore, surface electromyography and isokinetic muscle testing technology have significant clinical value in diagnosis of shoulder joint injuries.
urface electromyography and isokinetic muscle testing technology, Shoulder joint injury, Clinical effect