Shoulder pain accounts for over 1% of general practitioner (GP) consultations (Green et al, 2003a) and in due course, according to a Dutch study, 30% of these patients are referred for physiotherapy (Liesdeck et al, 1997). These guidelines address the clinical question: what is best practice in the physiotherapy diagnosis, assessment and management of shoulder impingement syndrome?
|Publisher||The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy|
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
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Hanchard, N. C. A. N., Cummins, J. J., & Jeffries, C. C. (2004). Evidence-based clinical guidelines for the diagnosis, assessment and physiotherapy management of shoulder impingement syndrome . The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.