scapulohumeral rhythm

scap·u·lo·hu·mer·al rhythm

(skap'yū-lō-hyū'mĕr-ăl ridh'ĕm)
Coordinated rotational movement of the scapula that accompanies abduction, adduction, internal and external rotation, extension, and flexion of the humerus; roughly a 2:1 ratio.
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Aquatic Physiotherapy (AP) has been promoted as a method for improving the scapulohumeral rhythm by reducing the weight on the arm.
To compare the activation of the muscles of the right scapulohumeral rhythm, and synergists in different movements and speeds, on land and in water for extrapolation to clinical practice.
Cross-sectional, analytical inferential that uses surface electromyography (sEMG) to measure the level of muscle activation scapulohumeral rhythm right shoulder in healthy subjects.
Scaputothoracic muscle fatigue associated with alterations in scapulohumeral rhythm kinematics during maximum resistive shoulder elevation.