Lateral Elbow Pain and Muscle Function Impairments
A joint project of the Academy of Hand and Upper Extremity Physical Therapy and Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy of the American Physical Therapy Association, this clinical practice guideline covers the epidemiology, functional anatomy and pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical course, prognosis, differential diagnosis, tests and measures, and interventions for managing lateral elbow tendinopathy in the physical therapy clinic. The target population included in the guideline is adults aged 18-65.
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Date: December 1, 2022
Content Type: CPG
Young Adult (19-24), Adult (25-44), Middle Aged (45-64), Aged (65+)
Lucado AM, Day JM, Vincent JI, MacDermid JC, Fedorczyk J, Grewal R, Martin RL, Dewitt J, Paulseth S, Dauber JA, Szekeres M, Beattie PF
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