Bumbled vibration: 144 HZ vibration does not enhance shoulder control

Date
2021-11
Authors
Winton, Amber
Andriani, Nicholas
Marshall, Erica M.
Lynch, James M.
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International Olympic Committee World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport
Abstract
Stability of the upper extremity is critical for injury prevention. Vibration may improve proprioception, reducing injury risk. However, traditional vibration methods may be expensive and require a significant level of skill by the technician. Our purpose was to investigate whether an acute bout of shoulder exercise performed with an inexpensive, user-friendly vibration toy ball (BumbleBall, Cardinal Laboratories) improves shoulder position sense and joint control. Design Participants completed an acute bout of shoulder exercise with and without vibration on separate visits.
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Sports injuries, Shoulder exercises, Vibration -- Therapeutic use, Bumble Ball Toy
Citation
Winton, A., Andriani, N., Marshall, E., & Lynch, J. (2021). 439 Bumbled vibration: 144 Hz vibration does not enhance shoulder control. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 55, A168. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2021-IOC.403
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