Reliability of accessory motion testing at the carpal joints.

  title={Reliability of accessory motion testing at the carpal joints.},
  author={Filip Ferdinand Staes and Kevin James Banks and Luc de Smet and Kim Josefine Daniels and Pieter Carels},
  journal={Manual therapy},
  volume={14 3},
The testing of accessory motion has become a very important part of manual therapy practice. Its value is in assessing whether joint mobility is ideal or impaired. Despite its use, there is little evidence in the literature to support the reliability of such testing. Most of the research carried out on accessory motion testing has focused on the spine. In view of this we decided to evaluate the intra- and interrater reliability of accessory motion testing of carpal joints. Two skilled… CONTINUE READING

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