Why would you do a Y Balance Test Upper Quarter on someone with a lower body injury? closed kinetic chain lower body injury y balance test Dec 05, 2022
While it seems that upper body closed kinetic chain testing might not be relevant to ankle and knee injuries, its importance and the connection may surprise you.
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