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behboodian N A, khajeh ali J, letafat kar A. Comparing the scores of functional movement screening tests in active and inactive subjects. jsmt. 2017; 15 (14) :37-46
URL: http://jsmt.khu.ac.ir/article-1-234-en.html
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Due to the necessity of screening injury the aim of this study was to screen the scores of Functional movement screening tests in active and inactive subject . The study population consisted of University Students aged 18 to 25 years out of which 50 students (25 active and 25 inactive) were selected. Functional Movement Screen by Cook were used for functional screening. After the normality of the overall scores for FMS, Independed-Samples T-Test was used in SPSS (version 16) to analyze the data at significant level of 0/05. According to the findings, overall scores of FMS was significantly different between active and inactive subjects (P=0/001). Cut-off point of 17 was obtained for all subjects. There was no significant difference in shoulder mobility and straight leg raise test scores in the active and inactive people but there was significant difference among the scores of other five tests This prospective study shows that due to the overall score FMS inactive people than in active people are more prone to injury.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/10/9 | Accepted: 2017/11/14 | Published: 2017/12/6

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