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The Bobath concept is a problem-solving approach to the assessment and treatment of individuals following a lesion of the central nervous system that offers therapists a framework for their clinical practice. The aim of this study was to facilitate a group of experts in determining the current...
Numerous pathologic conditions of the shoulder result in loss of range of motion with lateral rotation being one of the most affected movements. Therefore, it is essential to know the reliability of the methods to measure this motion from a treatment evaluation perspective. The purpose of this...
Clinical databases in physical therapy provide increasing opportunities for research into physical therapy theory and practice. At present, information on the characteristics of existing databases is lacking. The purpose of this study was to identify clinical databases in which physical...
The economic reality of consumers, funders, and regulatory agencies demanding evidence regarding the quality of care patients are receiving in the intensive care unit (ICU) will have an effect on many of the routinely used practices in ICU, including physiotherapy. Outcomes research is a method...
In response to the current need to develop objective measurement techniques for active movements of the shoulder girdle, this study had two goals: 1) to evaluate the reliability of the active range of motion (AROM) of shoulder girdle in elevation, protraction, and retraction with use of a...
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