The assessment of cervical sensory motor control: A systematic review focusing on measuring methods and their clinimetric characteristics
- Michiels, S., De Hertogh, W., Truijen, S., November, D., Wuyts, F., and Van de Heyning, P.
- Background: Cervical sensorimotor control (CSMC) becomes increasingly important in the assessment and treatment of patients with neck pain. This review aims to compare commonly used CSMC measuring methods in terms of required tasks, measuring device and clinimetric properties.
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- Gait & Posture
- Publication year:
- Functional status:
- Physical functioning
- Adults (18-65)
- Diseases of and symptoms related to the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue
- PRO / non-PRO:
- Non-patient Reported Outcome
- Type of measurement instrument:
- 4 - Performance-based tests
8 - Imaging tests