Waarom SPAM beleid? EM-Cultuur wil de beschikbaarheid van haar diensten blijven garanderen. Door het verzenden van SPAM via één van onze servers kan EM-Cultuur / MailingLijst op een zogenaamde blacklist worden gezet. Dit heeft dan weer invloed op andere e-mail die via ons netwerk wordt verzonden. Deze kan dan mogelijk niet meer kan worden afgeleverd bij bepaalde providers of deze wor
- A |
J |K |
U |V |
Doi:10.1016/j.jmpt.2007.03.003CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF A FEMALE COLLEGIATEVOLLEYBALL PLAYER WITH COSTOCHONDRITIS Donald Aspegren, DC,a Tom Hyde, DC,b and Matt Miller, MDc Objective: This study was conducted to discuss the conservative care used to treat a female collegiate volleyball playerwith acute costochondritis.
Clinical Features: A 21-year-old collegiate volleyball player had right anterior chest pain and midthoracic stiffness of8 months duration.
Intervention and Outcome: High-velocity, low-amplitude manipulation was performed to the associatedhypokinetic costovertebral, costotransverse, and intervertebral zygapophyseal thoracic joints. Instrument-assisted softtissue mobilization was performed by using the Graston technique. Pain levels improved on numeric pain scale, as didfunctional status identified on Dallas Pain Questionnaire and Functional Rating Index.
Conclusion: This athlete seemed to respond positively to manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, and taping.
(J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2007;30:321-325) Key Indexing Terms: Manipulation; Spinal; Athletic Injuries; Tietze’s Syndrome; Chiropractic The participation of women in sports has steadily therapeuticapproaccture, mentation of Title IX.As participation increases, so does physical stress placed on the musculoskeletal system medications such as sulfasalazine.15 Symptoms may persist of the female athlete. Chest wall pain is a common symptom for several months to several years but most commonly in athletes. Costochondritis typically presents as pain on the anterior chest wall of the costochondral or nal joints.
We present a case study of a female collegiate volleyball This condition is more common in associated player with acute pain of the right fifth costocartilage, right with physical stresses experienced in athleticon- second through fifth chondrosternal joints, and stiffness of dritis is typically a benign and self-limiting condition.
the midthoracic region. A literature search of the Ovid and PubMed indices was performed. We present what we ichia coli infecthe cartilage,intraabuse, believe is the first published case of a collegiate volleyball player with costochondritis managed conservatively. Treat- to be an associated cause of symptoms.
ment included high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) As soon as serious causes of anterior chest pain, such as manipulation, Graston technique (GT), and Kinesio taping methods. The purpose of the article was to report the diagnosis of a benign etiology of costochondritis has been conservative treatment of costochondritis in a female made, the management begins. The most commonly used Private Practice, Director, Lakewood Spine and Sports Center, A 21-year-old collegiate volleyball player presented with b Private Practice, North Miami Beach, FL.
right anterior chest pain and midthoracic stiffness that had c Private Practice, Director, Mile Hi Occupational Medicine.
been present for 8 months. She played year-round in the No funding was received in the preparation of this paper.
United States and Europe and had begun this vigorous level Submit requests for reprints to: Donald Aspegren, DC, 11220 W.
of activity in high school. The anterior chest pain was constant and described by the patent as a sharp ache that Paper submitted July 31, 2006; in revised form January 1, 2007; worsened with volleyball and weightlifting. The weightlift- ing activities that exacerbated her pain were bench presses, bent flies, and power cleans. The patient denied respiratory or Copyright D 2007 by National University of Health Sciences.
doi:10.1016/j.jmpt.2007.03.003 cardiac problems, and the onset of chest pain was reported to Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics Fig 1. High-velocity, low-amplitude manipulation being applied tothoracic region.
be insidious. Her quality of play had been adversely affectedbecause of the pain. The pain made it difficult for her to focus Fig 2. Application of GT to costocartilage.
in the classroom and obtain restful sleep. When pain levelsincreased during play, it became difficult to bdigQ and bspikeQ range of motion was within normal limits, but elevating the balls. She had no prior treatments for this problem.
right arm through the range of motion reproduced symp- She marked her Numeric Pain Scale at a 7 on a 10-point toms in the chondrosternal and costocartilage areas and, to a scale. A Dallas Pain Questionnaire strated lesser degree, in the dorsal region. Motion palpation moderate pain levels with activities, with highest pain levels revealed dysfunctional motion from the fifth through ninth noted during lifting and movements experienced during costovertebral, costotransverse joints, and intervertebral practicing and playing volleyball. The DPQ is a 16-item segments. A bimanual spring test of the ribs yielded visual analog tool developed for the purpose of evaluating a patient’s cognition of how chronic pain affects 4 aspects of A diagnostic ultrasound study was previously ordered by their lives. These 4 categories are as follows: (1) daily her primary care physician and offered an impression of activities, including pain and intensity, personal care, lifting, benign nodules in the rib region. Results of a plain film chest walking, sitting, standing, and sleeping; (2) work and radiograph were normal. A 3-phase bone scan ordered by the leisure, including social life, traveling, and vocational; (3) consulting orthopedic surgeon showed negative results.
anxiety-depression, including social life, traveling, and The patient expressed a desire to avoid medications and/ vocational; (4) social interest, which include interpersonal or injection therapy. Consequently, we approached the case relationships, social support, and punishing responses.
using HVLA manipulation to the hypokinetic costoverte- Initial DPQ scores were 60 for daily activities, 70 for bral, costotransverse joints, tervertebral thoracic work/leisure, 10 for anxiety/depression, and 0 for social zygapophyseal (facet) joints (Audible cavitations, activities. A Functional Rating Index (Ffound the as described by Ross et could be heard when patient reporting severe pain, with greatly disturbed sleep, performing manipulation to the involved spinal segments.
and the ability to perform only 25% of her regular work/ Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization incorporating sport activities. The FRI is a self-reporting instrument GT was gently applied to the chondrosternal joint and fifth consisting of 10 items, each with 5 possible responses that costochondral segmenKinesio tape was applied in express graduating levels of disability. Regarding clinical 2 strips. First, a vertical strip (an I strip) was applied over the use of the FRI tool, the average time required to complete it chondrosternal joints, and a second I strip was placed is 78 seconds. A higher score suggests more pain and a horizontally over the fifth costo). The patient reduction in functional levels. Her initial FRI score was 22.
was initially treated twice a week for 2 weeks. After 2 weeks, Acute pain was noted upon palpation and deep inspira- she reported a subjective improvement in pain of b70%.Q tion at the right fifth rib chondosternal joint and the Sport participation was allowed to continue; however, costochondral segment. Palpation tenderness in this region weightlifting was initially suspended and reintroduced after was graded 3 on a 4-point scale as per standforth by several weeks. Pain stopped during volleyball play and American College of Rheumatology in 1sternal decreased during nonparticipation periods.
compression test was acutely positive and at both High-velocity, low-amplitude spinal manipulation, GT, the chondrosternal and costocartilage regior and Kinesio taping were performed on a weekly basis Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics we present, a significant history of breast cancer was in thefamily and of concern to this student-athlete.
Physical examination findings for costochondritis typi- cally include anterior chest wall tenderness that is localized tothe costochondral junction of 1 oribs, but does notinclude swelling, heat, or erythThe second throughfifth costal cartilage areas are most commonly involved.
Associated restriction of corresponding costovertebral andcostotransverse joints may be discovered on joint playassesssuch as by motion palpaMotionpalpation is a manual process of moving a joint into itsmaximal end range of motion, after which it is challengedwith a light springing movement. This end point of jointmovement forms the basis for determination of a normal orabnormal joint play. motion of the joint is considered Fig 3. Kinesio taping over chondral-sternal joints and costocar- fixated or hypokinetic.Hypokinetic motion of the second and fifth costovertebral, costotransverse, and facet joints wasdetected in our patient. The loss of normal spinal movement during the spring workouts to control pain and improve and associated chest pain was recently described by Yell- function of the previously described thoracic joints. We used observed thoracic intervertebral dysfunction by 2 in Kinesio tape strips o tension or stretch applied to using active movement and applying an intersegmental the tape during The patient was treated a total overpressure to the zygapophyseal joints. An examiner who of 16 times. Pain scores at the end of treatment included an was blinded to pertinent details identified intervertebral FRI score of 5; her FRI score on initial presentation was 22.
dysfunction in only 25% of controls, whereas 79% of patients Her Numeric Pain Scale score improved to 0.25 from a with thoracic and associated chest pain were identified as previous score of 7. Her DPQ improved; daily activities having alterations in spinal intersegmental motion.
reduced from 60 to 6, work/leisure reduced from 70 to 10, Plain film radiography is normally used in costochon- anxiety/depression reduced from 10 to 0, social activities dritis, mild soft tissue swelling may be present.
remained the same at 0. The athlete was able to continue Ontell et cribe radiographic and computerized participating as a volleyball player and fulfilled her athletic tomography scan features of costochondritis that may commitments to the university and her goals as a student- include chondral enlargement or destruction, low attenuation athlete. An extended treatment plan included care as needed of the costal cartilage (observed on computerized tomog- for control of any increased symptoms and a 60-day rest raphy), and soft tissue swelling. Three-phase bone scan may period from play and weightlifting during the summer. Six offer a a costochondral junction that may be months after discharge from care, the patient required no asymptoming for the presented volleyball player did not yield remarkable results. Most studies fail to describelaboratory findings; however, Disla et ed elevatedsedimentation rates in patients with costocondritis. Our patient’s sedimentation rate was normal with no abnormal- Costochondritis is 1 of several chest wall conditions ities found in the complete blood count or differential.
commonly present to the emergency department. Disla et The main theraapproaches involved in our case reported that of the 122 consecutive patients presenting to an reassurance,HVLA manipulation of costoverte- emergency department with anterior chest wall pain, 36 (30%) had costochondritis. Of the 36, women accounted for (facet) directly to the costal cartilage, those diagnosed with costochondritis. Brown and and Kinesio tapingthe fifth costal cartilage and along 137 adolescents presenting with chest pain and the third through sixth chondrosternal joints. The subject’s found that 82% were afraid their pain was cardiac in origin.
weightlifting workouts were altered, excluding bench Of those who were concerned that a heart ailment was pressing and flies. We allowed the athlete to continue present, 29% continued to worry even after the diagnosis of Rumball et ly described the mechanisms of tively analyzed 100 adolescents with chest pain and found rowing as a mechanical factor leading to the development of that 56% believed their chest pain was due to a heart costochondritis. They believe inflammation in the costo- pathology. These authors further discuss that adolescents chondral region is most likely caused by an increase in begin to perceive themselves as adults, consequently viewing pulling from adjoining muscles to the rib or a dysfunction at themselves as vulnerable to adult diseases. In the case study the costotransverse joint of the involved rib. In the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics passed over the area of pain at a 308 to 608 angle in thedirection of the beveled edge for 60 to 120 s. During thisapplication time, the clinician attempts to locate bgritty,gravelly, sandyQ types of sensations that are backto the clinician through the instrumenand Wthat the instruments are moved primarilyin longitudinal strokes over the involved musculotendinousstructures by using multidirectional strokes. Passing theinstruments over injured regions will produce an inflamma-tory se and result in the destruction of existing scartishas also been stated that many athletes develop Fig 4. Stainless steel instruments used in GT.
excessive connective tissue fibrosis (scar tissue) or poorly symptomatic rowers, arm adduction of the involved side, organized scar tissue in and around muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, and myofascial planes as a result of acute reproduced sympdescribed motion is descriptive trauma, recurrent microtrauma, immobilization, or as a of the follow-through motion of a volleyball player as they spike the ball. Follow-through motion brings the arm across During the initial application of GT to the symptomatic the body while the head approximates the shoulder of the costochondral region of the patient, a gritty sensation was adducting arm. The volleyball player presented in this case identified. As the patient improved, the amount of bgrittyQ was right-handed and experienced right-sided costocondritis.
sensation decreased. Melham esized that the The costotransverse joint dysfunction observed use of the GT instruments break down existing scar tissue in in with costochondritis was also found in our patients with chronic pain and begins the formation of new volleyball player. Whether this finding is a factor in scar tissue activity with the fibroblast laying down new scar causation ry manifestation is unclear. However, tissue in parallel, as opposed to laying down of this tissue in Erwin et luded that the costovertebral joint has random. Gentle stretching is applied after treatment to assist been considered a candidate for producing a chest pain in the formation of new organized scar tissue. The formation referred to as a bpseudoanginaQ that may be ameliorated by of parallel connective tissue fiber formation might be spinal manipulation. We did incorporate HVLA spinal analogous to trabecular patterns of stress commonly manipulation directed at hypokinetic costovertebral, costo- transverse, and dysfunctional intersegmental zygapophyseal Kinesio taping has recently been shown to improve upper- extremity control and function in the acute pediatric Many studies have been condthe effectiveness rehabilitation setting. Motor skills and functional perform- ance in the region where Kinesio taping was been conducted using HVLA methods. During HVLA e used Kinesio tape over the involved fifth costal spinal manipulation, peak amplitude has been demonstrated cartilage and over the second through fifth chondrostrernal to range from 41 to 889 N. Applied forces rise quickly with joints. The desired effect was to assist in local motor skill and slopes ranging between 519 to 2907 use of these functional improvement of activity to reduce irritation to the forces with HVLA manipulation is commonly directed at a cartilage. The application of the Kinesio tape seemed to functional spinal lesion believed to exist (in our case) at enhance proprioceptive function to reduce irritation during costovertebral, costotransverse, and zygapophyseal joints.
activities. The athlete reported being more aware of the stress The goal of using HVLA manipulation was to reestablish she applied to the costocartilage while playing. Another normal preinjury distribution of mechanical loads through desired effect, as described in the Kinesio tape the targeted spinal articular structures identified in this case, to improve lymph flow from the injured area. In the physical and to ameliorate irritation to associated costocartilage, examination findings, a bogginess was noted over the costochondral, and chondrosternal joints. By attempting to patient’s costocartilage and chondrosternal regions. As also reestablish normal motion, healing is promoted in nocicep- described in the manual, pain will commonly decrease with tive pain generators through a dissipation of pathologic improvement in lymphatic flow from the injured region. The stress and a return to normal activity.
patient noted improvement in pain and functional perform- Also included in the treatment approach of this patient ance levels during and after wearing the tape as shown in was the incorporation of GT, an instrument-assisted soft- . The patient wore the tape between visits to our tissue technique using 6 patented stainless steel instruments office. As she became less symptomatic, the benefits of (These instruments are concave and convex with Kinesio tape seemed to decrease. The benefits seemed most single and double beveled edges. The concave and convex pronounced while the patient was in the more acute stage of surfaces allow for greater contact over irregular body parts.
her condition and the bogginess over the costocartilage and In the application of the technique, the instruments are chondrosternal joints was most pronounced.
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics A controlled study of 161 cases of traumatic injury. Arthritis Costochondritis is a common condition of the anterior 21. Evans RC. Illustrated orthopedic physical assessment. St chest wall that may compromise an athlete’s performance 22. Ross JK, Bereznick DE, McGill SM. Determining cavitation levels. Various methods of treatment are available but location during lumbar and thoracic spinal manipulation: is infrequently documented in athletes. Studies within various spinal manipulation accurate and specific? Spine 2004;29: venues of sports are indicated to better understand the incidence and prevalence of this potentially performance- 23. Kinesio Taping Perfect Manual. Durham, NC: Universal 24. Pantell RH, Goodman BW. Adolescent chest pain: a prospec- tive study. Pediatrics 1983;71:881-7.
25. Humphreys BK, Delahaye M, Peterson CK. An investigation into the validity of cervical spine motion palpation using 1. Lopiano DA. Modern history of women in sports. Twenty-five years of subjects with congenital block vertebrae as a dgold standardT.
I.X. Title, Clin Sports Med 2000;19:163-73,vii.
2. Thein LA, Thein JM. The female athlete. J Orthop Sports Phys 26. Pringle RK. Guidance hypothesis with verbal feedback in learning a palpation skill. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 3. Brown RT, Jamil K. Costochondritis in adolescents. A follow- up study. Clin Pediatr (Phila) 1993;32:499-500.
27. Hansen BE, Simonsen T, Leboeuf-Yde C. Motion palpation of 4. Rumball JS, Lebrun CM, Di Ciacca SR, Orlando K. Rowing the lumbar spine—a problem with the test or the tester? injuries. Sports Med 2005;35:537-55.
J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2006;29:208-12.
5. Gregory PL, Biswas AC, Batt ME. Musculoskeletal problems 28. Yelland MJ. Back, chest and abdominal pain. How good are of the chest wall in athletes. Sports Med 2002;32:235-50.
spinal signs at identifying musculoskeletal causes of back chest 6. Ogden J, Alvarez RG, Cross GL, Jaakkola JL. Plantar or abdominal pain? Aust Fam Physician 2001;30:908-12.
fasciopathy and orthotripsy: the effect of prior cortisone 29. Hammer WI, Pfefer MT. Treatment of a case of subacute injection. Foot Ankle Int 2005;26:231-3.
lumbar compartment syndrome using the Graston technique.
7. Meyer CA, White CS. Cartilaginous disorders of the chest.
J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2005;28:199-204.
Radiographics 1998;18:1109-23 [quiz 1241-2].
30. Yasukawa A, Patel P, Sisung C. Pilot study: investigating the 8. Ontell FK, Moore EH, Shepard JA, Shelton DK. The costal effects of Kinesio taping in an acute pediatric rehabilitation cartilages in health and disease. Radiographics 1997;17:571-7.
setting. Am J Occup Ther 2006;60:104-10.
9. Mukerji B, Mukerji V, Alpert MA, Selukar R. The prevalence 31. Hurwitz EL, Morgenstern H, Kominski GF, Yu F, Chiang LM.
of rheumatologic disorders in patients with chest pain and A randomized trial of chiropractic and medical care for patients angiographically normal coronary arteries. Angiology 1995; with low back pain: eighteen-month follow-up outcomes from the UCLA low back pain study. Spine 2006;31:611-21 10. Disla E, Rhim HR, Reddy A, Karten I, Taranta A. Costochon- dritis. A prospective analysis in an emergency department 32. Sherman KJ, Cherkin DC, Deyo RA, et al. The diagnosis and setting. Arch Intern Med 1994;154:2466-9.
treatment of chronic back pain by acupuncturists, chiroprac- 11. Lin EC. Costochondritis mimicking a pulmonary nodule on tors, and massage therapists. Clin J Pain 2006;22:227-34.
FDG positron emission tomographic imaging. Clin Nucl Med 33. Cherkin DC, Sherman KJ, Deyo RA, Shekelle PG. A review of the evidence for the effectiveness, safety, and cost of 12. Li B. 106 cases of non-suppurative costal chondritis treated by acupuncture, massage therapy, and spinal manipulation for acupuncture at Xuanzhong point. J Tradit Chin Med 1998; back pain. Ann Intern Med 2003;138:898-906.
34. Gross AR, Hoving JL, Haines TA, et al. A Cochrane review of 13. Fruth SJ. Differential diagnosis and treatment in a patient with manipulation and mobilization for mechanical neck disorders.
posterior upper thoracic pain. Phys Ther 2006;86:254-68.
14. Erwin WM, Jackson PC, Homonko DA. Innervation of the 35. Bronfort G, Haas M, Evans RL, Bouter LM. Efficacy of spinal human costovertebral joint: implications for clinical back pain manipulation and mobilization for low back pain and neck syndromes. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2000;23:395-403.
pain: a systematic review and best evidence synthesis. Spine J 15. Freeston J, Karim Z, Lindsay K, Gough A. Can early diagnosis and management of costochondritis reduce acute chest pain 36. Cooperstein R, Perle SM, Gatterman MI, Lantz C, Schneider admissions? J Rheumatol 2004;31:2269-71.
MJ. Chiropractic technique procedures for specific low back 16. Jensen TW. Vertebrobasilar ischemia and spinal manipulation.
conditions: characterizing the literature. J Manipulative Physiol J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2003;26:443-7.
17. Lawlis GF, Cuencas R, Selby D, McCoy CE. The development 37. Triano JJ. Biomechanics of spinal manipulative therapy. Spine of the Dallas Pain Questionnaire. An assessment of the impact of spinal pain on behavior. Spine 1989;14:511-6.
38. Carey T, Hammer W, Vincent R, et al. The Graston technique 18. Andersen T, Christensen FB, Bunger C. Evaluation of a Dallas instructional manual. 2nd ed. Indianapolis7 Therapy Care Pain Questionnaire classification in relation to outcome in lumbar spinal fusion. Eur Spine J 2006;1-15.
39. Sevier TL, Wilson JK. Treating lateral epicondylitis. Sports 19. Feise RJ, Michael Menke J. Functional rating index: a new valid and reliable instrument to measure the magnitude of 40. Melham TJ, Sevier TL, Malnofski MJ, Wilson JK, Helfst RH.
clinical change in spinal conditions. Spine 2001;26:78-86 Chronic ankle pain and fibrosis successfully treated with a new noninvasive augmented soft tissue mobilization techni- 20. Buskila D, Neumann L, Vaisberg G, Alkalay D, Wolfe F.
que (ASTM): a case report. Med Sci Sports Exerc 1998; Increased rates of fibromyalgia following cervical spine injury.
HERBAL PRODUCTS VILLAGE INDUSTRIES Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Rural Industrialization A Collaborative Project of KVIC & IITD Maganwadi, Wardha-442 001 BACKGROUND The Ayurvedic system of Medicine is Prevalent in India since the Vedic period or in fact from the dawn of the human civilization itself. The herbal formulations generally have no side effects if the herbs