easuring Activity Limitations in Walking : Development of a ierarchical Scale for Patients With Lower-Extremity isorders Who Live at Home

@inproceedings{Roorda2005easuringAL,
  title={easuring Activity Limitations in Walking : Development of a ierarchical Scale for Patients With Lower-Extremity isorders Who Live at Home},
  author={eo D. Roorda and Marij E. Roebroeck and Theo van Tilburg and Ivo W. Molenaar and J. Lankhorst and L. M. Bouter},
  year={2005}
}
Objective: To develop a hierarchical scale that measures ctivity limitations in walking in patients with lower-extremity isorders who live at home. Design: Cross-sectional study. Setting: Orthopedic workshops and outpatient clinics of econdary and tertiary care centers. Participants: Patients (N 981; mean age standard devition, 58.6 15.4y; 46% men) living at home, with different ower-extremity disorders: stroke, poliomyelitis, osteoarthritis, mputation, complex regional pain syndrome type I… CONTINUE READING
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