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Cook and Purdam [55] recommend functional loading tests to assess and monitor a tendon’s response to management over time. For the gluteal tendons, these authors suggest standing on one leg as a low-load test and hopping as a high-load test. Reduced pain on subsequent testing is thought to reflect improved load tolerance by the tendon. Improvement after a period of rehabilitation could be identified as either reduced pain on a specified number of hops or a greater number of hops before the onset of pain
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