The Shoulder Pain and Disability Index: Is it sensitive and responsive to immediate change?

@article{Riley2015TheSP,
  title={The Shoulder Pain and Disability Index: Is it sensitive and responsive to immediate change?},
  author={Sean P Riley and Mark Cote and Brian T Swanson and Vincent Tafuto and Phillip S Sizer and Jean-Michel Brism{\'e}e},
  journal={Manual therapy},
  year={2015},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={494-8}
}
BACKGROUND The Shoulder Pain and Disability Index (SPADI) is designed to detect changes in shoulder pain and disability after a one-week interval. With the new Medicare guideline, the SPADI may have to be employed for time frames of less than one week. PURPOSE To determine if the SPADI or its subscales could detect immediate changes in pain and function after a thoracic manipulative intervention known to produce short-term improvement and by comparing it to changes on the numeric pain rating… CONTINUE READING
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