Upper limb neurodynamic test of the radial nerve: a study of responses in symptomatic and asymptomatic subjects.

@article{Petersen2009UpperLN,
  title={Upper limb neurodynamic test of the radial nerve: a study of responses in symptomatic and asymptomatic subjects.},
  author={Cheryl M. Petersen and Chris L Zimmermann and Kathy D Hall and Steve J Przechera and Jenna V Julian and Nicole N Coderre},
  journal={Journal of hand therapy : official journal of the American Society of Hand Therapists},
  year={2009},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={344-53; quiz 354}
}
STUDY DESIGN Clinical measurement. INTRODUCTION Nonspecific cervical pain is a common clinical presentation. The role of upper limb neurodynamic tests (ULNT), for evaluation and treatment intervention, is not well defined for this population. PURPOSE OF THE STUDY This study's purpose was to determine if the radial-biased (RB)-ULNT discriminates any response differences between symptomatic subjects with a positive (+) RB-ULNT (n=36), symptomatic subjects with a negative (-) RB-ULNT (n=24… CONTINUE READING

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