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Examination of a clinical prediction rule to identify patients with shoulder pain likely to benefit from cervicothoracic manipulation: A multi-center randomized clinical trial



Examination of a clinical prediction rule to identify patients with shoulder pain likely to benefit from cervicothoracic manipulation: A multi-center randomized clinical trial



Manual Therapy 25: E50-E51




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DOI: 10.1016/j.math.2016.05.064


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