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Improve the process in which manual therapists extract I 18 The appear accurate in representing the treannent I decision-malcing model of experienced c1inicians. 21 The model allows flexibility among clinicians and emphasizes the one-on-one interaction between the clinician and the patient. By using the selected categories, the clinician is able to examine multiple components of disability, includ ing features potentially outside the boundaries of care. Applying hypotheses categories is useful in reducing er rors associated with sinister pathological conditions and determining if a patient is appropriate for the clinician's domain of expertise.
I 3,30---32 Klassbo and Harms liability but seems to exhibit better reliability when the capsular presence of pain is assessed during detection of abnormal Ringdahl29 and Bijl et al. 37 between hip range-of-motion losses secondary to os teoarthritis and evidence of a capsular pattern. Klassbo and Harms-Ringdahl31 also investigated the modified Directional Coupling of the Cervical Spine definition of the hip capsular patterns suggested by Assessment of upper cervical directional spine coupling may also suffer a lack of validity.
During therapists' tests of spinal motion. Phys Thel 1995;75:2l2-222. Spine. 1996;21:2594-2602. 60. Freburger], Riddle D. Using published evidence to 76. Binkley J, Stratford P, Gill C. 1992 Intertherapist re guide the examination of the sacroiliac joint region. liability of lumbar accessory motion mobility test Phys Ther. 2001;81:1135-1143. ing. In: Proceedings of the International Federation 61. Sturesson B, Uden A, Vleeming A. A radiosteromet ric analysis of movements of the sacroiliac joints during the standing hip flexion test.