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Summary

What it measures:

The patient self-report section of the ASES is an instrument used to assess activities of daily living in all patients with shoulder dysfunction, regardless of diagnosis.  It is a standardized form for the assessment of shoulder function.

Target Population:

Individuals with musculoskeletal shoulder pathologies

Recommended by the hand therapy section of APTA, and the Clinical Practice Guideline in JOSPT for Shoulder Pain and Mobility Deficits: Adhesive Capsulitis.


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