This was an observational study, which recruited 30 healthy consenting participants based on specific inclusion (Males or females 18-65 years; intact functional motion; no dominant-arm pain or numbness; and English-speaking capacity) and exclusion (wrist trauma in last 6 months, blindness, and impaired cognition) criteria. Participants were visually screened for functional motion (≥ 40° wrist flexion and extension, finger-tips to the palm).
1A-priori analysis at 0.80 power and 0.05 alpha level determined sample size.
- Ryu J
- Cooney WP
- Askew LJ
- An KN
- Chao EYS
Functional ranges of motion of the wrist joint.
J Hand Surg. 1991; 16: 409-419
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