Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 20803
  Title Which tape measure method is best for assessing leg-length inequality?
Journal JACA Online. 2009 Sep-Oct;46(7):Online access only p 9-12
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes The article discusses the best tape measure methods for assessing leg-length inequality. Dr. Cooperstein wonders why most authorities recommend the medial malleolus over the lateral malleolus method, given the results of Woerman’s seminal study. Woerman’s data presentation and discussion are confusing, he says, but that 1984 study still has merit.

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