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The purpose of this study is to determine the accuracy of both medial and lateral knee joint line palpation by examiners with three different levels of physical therapy experience, and to determine the influence of the supine and seated position on knee joint line palpation accuracy.
Hip flexor tightness has been associated with a number of musculoskeletal conditions. There are current gaps in our knowledge of the ability of clinicians to assess hip flexor muscle flexibility in different positions. The aim of this study is to help improve our understanding of the measurement properties of two measures of hip flexor tightness.
The purpose of this study is to:
1. Determine the pelvic tilt and passive hip extension differences of two different opposite leg positions of the Modified Thomas Test at the side of the bed.
2. Provide guidance to clinicians on the influences of the two different positions on pelvic inclination and passive hip extension to guide stretching positioning decisions.
The purpose of this study is to examine the test-retest reliability of scores obtained with the Patient Specific Functional Scale (PSFS), to concur validity of scores obtained with the PSFS, and the responsiveness of scores obtained with the PSFS.
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