Richard D Crowell

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Determination of innominate bone inclination in standing is frequently assessed in postural analysis of subjects. Currently, no goniometer for objective assessment of innominate bone inclination in standing is commercially available. The purpose of this study was to determine the intratester and intertester reliability and validity of measures taken with a(More)
The sacroiliac joint (SIJ) is a possible source of low back pain or dysfunction. Various methods of visually assessing the relative position of the innominate to the sacrum have been used to evaluate SIJ dysfunction. The purpose of this special communication is to describe how a false-positive interpretation of innominate rotation may occur when a(More)
BACKGROUND Approaches in the treatment of general chronic low back pain (CLBP) are multifaceted relative to specific interventions. In the past, passive interventions have commonly been employed with little evidence to support their effectiveness. Recent reviews suggest a focus on active exercises programs that includes pain education and cognitive(More)
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