Reliability of two goniometric methods of measuring active inversion and eversion range of motion at the ankle

Collette Menadue, Jacqueline Raymond, Sharon L Kilbreath, Kathryn M Refshauge,Roger Adams

This study aimed to establish the reliability of goniometry for active inversion and eversion ankle range of motion as used in clinical practice.  The findings show that ankle inversion and eversion ROM can be measured with high to very high reliability by the same observer within sessions and with low to moderate reliability by different observers within a session. The reliability of measures made by the same observer between sessions varies depending on the direction, being low to moderate for eversion measurements and moderate to high for inversion measurements in both positions.

BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 2006, 7:60, online

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