Stephanie D Moore-Reed

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PURPOSE To use the clinical prediction rule process to identify patient variables, measured on initial clinical presentation, that would be predictive of failure to achieve satisfactory improvement, while following a rehabilitation program, in the modification of SLAP injury symptoms and dysfunction. METHODS A cohort of patients received the clinical(More)
BACKGROUND Alterations in glenohumeral (GH) rotation especially internal rotation and total range of motion have been associated with altered GH kinematics and susceptibility to injury. Researchers have evaluated long-term change in baseball and tennis players, and short-term changes in baseball players. However, acute (short-term) changes in GH rotation(More)
CONTEXT Recent establishment of G-codes by the US government requires therapists to report function limitations at initial evaluation. Limited information exists specific to the most common limitations in patients with shoulder pain. OBJECTIVE To describe the most commonly expressed shoulder limitations with activities and their severity/level of(More)
BACKGROUND Assessment of health-related status has been shown to vary between patients and physicians, although the degree of patient-physician discordance in the assessment of the change in status is unknown. METHODS Ninety-nine patients with shoulder dysfunction underwent a standardized physician examination and completed several self-reported(More)
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