Shoulder pain is a common and high prevalence in the general population. Subacromial Syndrome
(Shoulder Impingement Syndrome (SIS)) is the most frequent cause. SIS patients suffering
pain, muscle weakness and loss of movement in the affected joint. Initial treatment of the
SIS is predominantly conservative. Surgical option has high success rates and is often used
when conservative strategy fails. Traditional Physiotherapy and Postoperative exercises is
needed to the recovery of joint range, muscle strength, stability and functionality. This
Research evaluates the feasibility and effectiveness of a telerehabilitatión Program in SIS
after surgery compared with traditional therapy.