By Laura Mitchell
This booklet offers a concise, yet accomplished, creation to scientific orthodontics. it truly is designed to entice either undergraduate dental scholars and the working towards dentist, and it's either easy-to-read and completely illustrated.
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Mobility of each segment is judged as normal, hypermobile, or hypomobile. 85 in second trial. Association not large enough to be considered different by chance. 07 INTEREXAMINER RELIABILITY INTRAEXAMINER RELIABILITY KAPPA VALUE AND PEARSON CORRELATION COEFFICIENT (r) (95% CI) From Cleland JA: Orthopaedic clinical examination: an evidence-based approach for physical therapists, Carlstadt, NJ, 2005, Icon Learning Systems. *Love R, Brodeur R: Inter- and intra-examiner reliability of motion palpation for the thoracolumbar spine, J Manipulative Physiol Ther 10:261-266, 1987.
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36 CHAPTER 2 Spinal Examination and Diagnosis in Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Thoracolumbar Backward-Bending Active Range of Motion PATIENT POSITION The patient stands, with good posture and arms folded across the chest. THERAPIST POSITION The therapist stands behind or just lateral to the patient with a clear view of the thoracic and lumbar spine. PROCEDURE The patient is instructed to backward bend the thoracic and lumbar spine by slowly leaning backward as far as comfortable. The therapist should be sure to guard the patient during the examination to prevent loss of balance and falling backward.