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Effect of bilateral self myofascial release on the plantar surface of the feet on hamstring and lumb

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Dec 19, 2014.

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    The immediate effect of bilateral self myofascial release on the plantar surface of the feet on hamstring and lumbar spine flexibility: A pilot randomised controlled trial
    Rob Grieve, PhD, Faye Gooodwin, BSc, Mostapha Alfaki, BSc, Amey-Jay Bourton, BSc, Caitlin Jeffries, BSc, Harriet Scott, BSc
    Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies ; Article in Press
     
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    How do you ruin a really well conducted and thought out research project?
    You do the wrong analysis!
    The authors of this study did a within groups analysis rather than a between group analysis! That is not how you analyze the results of a clinical trial. The idea of having a control group is to compare the outcome between the intervention and control groups.

    Blogged about it here: http://www.runresearchjunkie.com/myofascial-self-release-and-how-to-ruin-a-good-study/
     
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    IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF APPLICATION OF BILATERAL SELF MYO-FASCIAL
    RELEASE ON THE PLANTAR SURFACE OF THE FOOT ON HAMSTRING AND
    LUMBAR SPINE FLEXIBILITY: A QUASI EXPERIMENTAL STUDY

    Divya G Patel, Neeta J Vyas, Megha S Sheth
    International Journal of Therapeutic Applications, Volume 32, 2016, 94-99
     
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