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Contribution of lumbar spine and hip movement during the palms to floor test in individuals with diagnosed hypermobility syndrome
The ability to place the hands to the floor forms part of the assessment of joint hypermobility. The test may be symptom free, or in the case of joint hypermobility syndrome, may be associated with pain in the spine, hip, ...
Electrotherapy Evidence Based Practice
Ultrasound in contemporary physiotherapy practice
Although therapeutic ultrasound has been used for over 50 years in physiotherapy, its use in the clinical environment has changed significantly over this period, and whereas in the past, its use was primarily for its thermal ...
The analytic integration of qualitative data sources
Update on review of reviews on teenage pregnancy and parenthood : Submitted as an Addendum to the first evidence briefing 2003
(National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE), 2008)
This report presents the findings from reviews identified since December 2001 to update the first evidence briefing relating to teenage pregnancy and parenthood published in 2003 (Swann et al 2003). Following on from the ...
An exploration of quality of life of adults with haemophilia
There has been little discussion in the disability literature regarding the life experiences of individuals with haemophilia. There has, however, been an intense focus on examining the impact of this condition on quality ...
A Study to Examine Patient Adherence to Wearing 24-Hour Forearm Thermoplastic Splints after Tendon Repairs
Adherence is believed to be essential in ensuring a successful clinical outcome. There is a paucity of research available investigating adherence and the effect of nonadherence in hand therapy. This study was conducted to ...