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The above article will be the subject of two blogs and two accompanying videos in the Gray Institute® series called “Evidence that Matters for Function.” In spite of some limitations, which the authors acknowledge, this study has a lot to offer practitioners of any movement discipline / profession. First, their rationale for the study design covers a lot of valuable information in a logical manner (63 references). The scientific rationale for the study validates the Chain Reaction® approach advocated by Dr. Gary Gray for more than 40 years. Second, the results of the study support the Applied Functional Science® (AFS) of addressing links in the kinematic chain other than where the injuries / symptoms are located.

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