Telehealth-administered performance-based tests for chronic lower limb musculoskeletal pain

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The primary aim of this study was to investigate the: i) test-retest reliability of performance-based tests via telehealth, and ii) agreement between scores obtained via telehealth and in-person.

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Clinician-administered performance-based tests via telehealth in people with chronic lower limb musculoskeletal disorders: test-retest reliability and agreement with in-person assessment

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This testing manual was developed by CHESM researchers and provides guidance for the administration of performance-based tests by clinicians to for people with chronic lower limb musculoskeletal pain.

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Researchers involved in this study include Dr Belinda Lawford, A/Prof Fiona Dobson, Dr Mark Merolli, Prof Kim Bennell, Ms Bridget Graham, Mr Travis Haber, Dr Pek Ling Teo, Mr Dave Mackenzie, Ms Fiona McManus, Dr Karen Lamb, and Prof Rana Hinman at The University of Melbourne. This study was funded by an Arthritis Australian Grant-in-Aid.

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