Together with my greetings, I am glad to inform you that our randomized clinical trial, "Glenohumeral posterior mobilization versus conventional physiotherapy in patients with shoulder primary adhesive capsulitis: a randomized clinical trial", published in September 2015 in Medwave (doi: 10.5867/medwave.2015.08.6267) was indexed in the PEDro database (Physiotherapy Evidence Database).
As you are aware, this database is the most prestigious in the field of Physical Therapy. It also provides the methodological quality of the randomized clinical trials scored with the PEDro scale after being evaluated by two international reviewers. Our study was rated with 8 points out of 10, one of the highest scores given to a study of this nature.
I want to thank the collaboration given to us by Medwave for the proper report of our results.
Please receive our warm regards.
Héctor Gutiérrez Espinoza
Master of Higher Education
Coordinator of the Musculoskeletal line, School of Kinesiology - Universidad de las Américas
Kinesiologist, Diagnostic and Treatment Center, Hospital Clínico San Borja Arriarán
Member of the Musculoskeletal Group, Cochrane Collaboration, Santiago - Chile
Citation: Gutiérrez Espinoza HJ. Our gratitude to Medwave. Medwave Mar 2016;16(2):e63400 doi: 10.5867/medwave.2016.02.63400
Publication date: 9/3/2016
1. Gutiérrez Espinoza HJ, Pavez F, Guajardo C, Acosta M. Glenohumeral posterior mobilization versus conventional physiotherapy for primary adhesive capsulitis: a randomized clinical trial. Medwave 2015 Sep;15(8):e6267 | CrossRef | PubMed |
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