The Clinical Application of Outcomes Assessment
A much-needed, across-the-board overview of the use and application of outcome assessment (OA) and functional testing in chiropractic, including selection criteria, utility, scoring, interpretation, and validity. Features chapter outlines, clinical tips, clinical alerts, extensive tables, and case studies for easy access to information. Appendix features over 200 key tools and forms, including the "gold standards."
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Contributors ix SECTION III OBJECTIVE OUTCOME
OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT 12 Strength and Endurance Testing
Classification of Outcome Assessment 16 Measuring Physical Performance 289 4 Classification of Outcome Assessment
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