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Physiotherapeutic Assessment & Prevention of Overuse Injuries to the Lumbar Spine resulting in Intervertebral Disc and Facet Joint Pathologies in the Elite Male Golfer : An Evidence Based Guideline

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Physiotherapeutic Assessment & Prevention of Overuse Injuries to the Lumbar Spine resulting in Intervertebral Disc and Facet Joint Pathologies in the Elite Male Golfer : An Evidence Based Guideline

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This document is the outcome of a unidisciplinary review of scientific evidence for the assessment and prevention of Low Back Pain (LBP) owing to overuse/chronic injuries in professional golfers. The Evidence is presented in Review format. The aim in conducting an evidence based review is to facilitate the integration of the best available evidence with clinical expertise and values and beliefs of patients. This project was proposed by Golf in Egypt in conjunction with coordination by the Hogeschool van Amsterdam (HvA). The guideline development process was overseen by Pim Ranzijn along with a Dutch Board of Assessors in the HvA. Funding for the project was received from Golf in Egypt, a leading Egyptian Golf magazine. In return a secondary product of this guideline is to provide the magazine with a patient-friendly article delineating the prevention of LBP for Golfers. The Review of the Evidence was conducted according to standards outlined by the Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy (KNGF) Development and implementation of Clinical Practice Guidelines in Physical Therapy and other referenced Guidelines and in accordance with ideas expressed by the pioneer of evidence-based medicine, Dr. Archie Cochrane (1977). Cochrane proposed the rationalization of interventions (diagnostic and therapeutic) to promote those with evidence of safety and effectiveness. To that end he suggested: promoting diagnostic tests likely to have a beneficial effect on prognosis, evaluating existing interventions to exclude those shown to be ineffective or dangerous, and determining the place of interventions when there is insufficient evidence of benefit.

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OrganisatieHogeschool van Amsterdam
InstituutGezondheid
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Jaar2008
TypeBachelorscriptie
TaalEngels

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