Ultrasound Imaging of the Paraspinal Muscles for Interscapular Pain After Back Massage.

Ultrasound Imaging of the Paraspinal Muscles for Interscapular Pain After Back Massage. J Sport Rehabil. 2019 Oct 18;:1-3 Authors: Ricci V, Özçakar L Abstract Muscle injuries are very common in sports medicine, but involvement of the paraspinal muscles is relatively rare. The diagnosis is usually clinical, but diagnostic imaging modalities (ie, ultrasound and magnetic resonance) identify, in detail, the anatomical site and extension of the lesion helping the physician plan a specific rehabilitation program. Likewise, the authors present an unusual case of a amateur volleyball player who suffered injury of the paraspinal muscles after a session of manual therapy with deep massage. The authors also highlight the potential role of ultrasound imaging in detecting muscle injuries not only in the limbs but also at the level of paraspinal region for prompt management and return to play. PMID: 31629330 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: Journal of Sport Rehabilitation - Category: Sports Medicine Tags: J Sport Rehabil Source Type: research

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