Development and validation of a VISA tendinopathy questionnaire for greater trochanteric pain syndrome, the VISA-G
BACKGROUND Greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS) is common, resulting in significant pain and disability. There is no condition specific outcome score to evaluate the degree of severity of disability associated with GTPS in patients with this condition. OBJECTIVE To develop a reliable and valid outcome measurement capable of evaluating the severity of disability associated with GTPS. METHODS A phenomenological framework using in-depth semi structured interviews of patients and medical...[Show more]
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