Better, but not clinically important, results with surgery vs no treatment for subacromial shoulder pain

Better, but not clinically important, results with surgery vs no treatment for subacromial shoulder pain

Results from this study indicated arthroscopic subacromial decompression and arthroscopy only both yielded better outcomes for shoulder pain and function among patients who had subacromial pain and intact rotator cuff tendons vs. no treatment. However, the differences between the three groups were not clinically important.

Results from this study indicated arthroscopic subacromial decompression and arthroscopy only both yielded better outcomes for shoulder pain and function among patients who had subacromial pain and intact rotator cuff tendons vs. no treatment. However, the differences between the three groups were not clinically important.

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Source: Healio