Reply to the letter to the editor regarding 'Clinical assessment of subacromial shoulder impingement – which factors differ from the asymptomatic population?'

Land, Helen, Watt, Kerrianne, and Gordon, Susan (2017) Reply to the letter to the editor regarding 'Clinical assessment of subacromial shoulder impingement – which factors differ from the asymptomatic population?'. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice, 29. e14-e15.

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[Extract] Not surprisingly, impingement is a term which does not reflect the underlying cause of all shoulder pain. Hence there is healthy debateregarding alternate terminology (Braman et al., 2013; J. S. Lewis, 2011 ; McFarland et al., 2013). However, it continues to be a term used throughout the medical literature and in an attempt to embrace this wider audience, until there is agreement about terminology, it was chosen for use in this paper.

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Item Type: Article (Commentary)
ISSN: 2468-7812
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Reply to the letter to the Editor - related to the original article https://researchonline.jcu.edu.au/47431/

Date Deposited: 26 Jun 2017 05:19
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