The reliability, minimal detectable change and construct validity of a clinical measurement for quantifying posterior shoulder tightness in the post-operative population.

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BACKGROUND Posterior shoulder tightness (PST) has been implicated in the etiology of numerous shoulder disorders. Although reliable and valid measures have been described for the non-operative population one does not exist for the post-operative population. STUDY DESIGN Blinded repeated measures design. PURPOSE Investigate the intrarater reliability… (More)

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@article{Salamh2012TheRM, title={The reliability, minimal detectable change and construct validity of a clinical measurement for quantifying posterior shoulder tightness in the post-operative population.}, author={Paul A Salamh and Morey J. Kolber}, journal={International journal of sports physical therapy}, year={2012}, volume={7 6}, pages={565-75} }