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Alison M. Gardiner-Shires

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Alison Gardiner

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Alison Gardiner

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Scott Heinerichs and Alison M. Gardiner-Shires

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Alison M. Gardiner-Shires and Cristina B. Seffrin

Clinical Question: In a healthy population, is instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization beneficial in improving ankle dorsiflexion range of motion as compared to other therapeutic interventions? Clinical Bottom Line: For healthy patients, there is moderate-quality evidence to support the short-term use of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization for improving ankle dorsiflexion range of motion.