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Handedness & Passive Shoulder Range of Motion

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In the article, Handedness influences passive shoulder range of motion in nonathlete adult women, Conte, Marques, Casarotto and Amado-Joao (2009) report that the purpose of the study "was to determine whether handedness influences bilateral shoulder range of motion in nonathlete adult women" (p. 149).

The design used in this study was observational. Data was collected using a universal gonimeter from 50 females twice for each subject by the same examiner, measuring shoulder range of motion (flexion, abduction, horizontal adduction, extension, external and ...

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Assists in summarizing the article: Handedness influences passive shoulder range of motion in non-athlete adult women (Conte, Marques, Casarotto & Amado-Joao (2004).