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Approaches to assessing shoulder pain

08:17 EDT 21 Jun 2017 | British Medical Journal

Gray and colleagues recommend a three step approach in assessing shoulder pain for non-specialists.1 I would point readers to the methodologically robust review by Hermans et al summarising the...

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