|The snapping scapula, also called “washboard syndrome” is a controversial condition attributed to bony and soft tissue abnormalities. The syndrome was understimated for long time and often associated only with specific osseous abnormalities.
The nodal point in the overview of the syndrome is that crepitus associated with symptomatic bursitis may be physiologic and is not uncommon a clinical presentation without any form of crepitus or craquement. In the current rewiew we analyzed the current concepts in the conservative and surgical management of snapping scapula syndrome, preceded by a description of scapular anatomy, pathophysiology of scapulothoracic articulation and clinical features of snapping scapula
Snapping scapula syndrome: current concepts review in conservative and surgical treatment
Merolla G., Cerciello S., Paladini P., Porcellini G.
Review Article, 80 - 90
Keywords: arthroscopy, conservative treatment., open surgery, scapula, snapping,
Table of Content: Vol. 3 (No. 2) 2013 April/June
Maffulli N., Oliva F., Frizziero AEditorial, 58 - 59
Merolla G., Cerciello S., Paladini P., Porcellini G.Review Article, 80 - 90
Gregory B., Nyland J.Review Article, 91 - 100
Osti L., Soldati F., Del Buono A., Massari L.Review Article, 101 - 105
High power laser therapy treatment compared to simple segmental physical rehabilitation in whiplash injuries (1° and 2° grade of the Quebec Task Force classification) involving muscles and ligamentsConforti M., Facchinetti G.PReview Article, 106 - 111