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Michelle A. Sandrey

researchers should strive to develop well-designed studies that expand upon previous research and include patient-oriented outcomes. Using the anatomical and biomechanical relationships between the scapula and the glenohumeral joint as a foundation for future research may be beneficial. Based on the provided

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Erik A. Wikstrom, Sajad Bagherian, Gary Allen, and Kyeongtak Song

technique. Further research is also needed to determine the comparative effectiveness of mobilization with movement relative to Grade III Maitland’s mobilizations in patients with CAI on SEBT reach distances and other clinician- and patient-oriented outcomes. It should also be noted that the current results

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Sonia DelBusso and Michael Matheny

treatment options following both conservative and surgical management. In this case, we did not capture specific clinician- or patient-oriented outcomes beyond the reporting of pain, loss of function, and difficulty with activities of sport and daily life. Future research should focus on the question of at

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Johanna M. Hoch, Shelby E. Baez, Robert J. Cramer, and Matthew C. Hoch

is important, as currently there is limited use of generic PROs in outcomes research that includes CAI participants. 7 , 24 For example, a recent meta-analysis included 15 studies, none of which included a generic PRO instrument in their battery of patient-oriented outcome measures. 24 Furthermore

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Jeffrey G. Williams, Hannah I. Gard, Jeana M. Gregory, Amy Gibson, and Jennifer Austin

trigger points, having active trigger points in those locations was not an inclusion criterion for participants. Future investigations should examine clinically-oriented and patient-oriented outcomes of cupping therapy following its use to treat patients with active trigger points. Secondly, subcutaneous

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Matthew Zaremba, Joel Martin, and Marcie Fyock-Martin

patient-oriented outcomes. 5 – 8 The 4 studies identified as the best available evidence were high-quality randomized control trials, and all support the inclusion of BFR-RT as treatment for a variety of knee orthopedic injuries. 5 – 8 The articles found support that BFR-RT, utilizing external loads

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Courtney N. Copeland, Emily A. Hall, and Gary W. Cohen

Epidemiology (STROBE) 6 checklist for cohort studies. The level of evidence for each article was defined using the Strength of Recommendation Taxonomy. 7 Finally, the grade of recommendation was identified also using the Strength of Recommendation Taxonomy consistent with the measurement of patient-oriented

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Connor A. Burton, Robert J. Arthur, Matthew J. Rivera, and Cameron J. Powden

data regarding the ESs and responders for Self-Mobs can be found in Tables  2 and 3 . Table 3 Patient-Oriented Outcomes: Median [Quartiles], P Values, ES, Minimal Detectable Change Scores, and Responders Variable, MDC Preintervention Postintervention P value ES Postintervention responders, n

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Erik H. Arve, Emily Madrak, and Aric J. Warren

of a year or more when comparing to controls. Such longitudinal studies are needed that investigate return-to-sport/activity status, functional performance measures, and patient-oriented outcomes of patients utilizing BFR throughout the recovery process compared to no BFR. CAT Kill Date: September

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Matthew Booth, Jacob Powell, Patrick O. McKeon, and Jennifer M. Medina McKeon

VRT related to patient-oriented outcomes of self-reported dizziness and balance improvements as well as return-to-sport participation. The selected outcomes of interest extracted, when available, were: 1. Dizziness, as measured by the Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI) (25 items, 4 points each, 100