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Table 1 Demographic data

From: Intertester and intratester reliability of movement control tests on the hip for patients with hip osteoarthritis

  Participants with hip joint complaints Participants without hip joint complaints
Number of participants (m/f) 16 (6/10) 14 (8/6)
Working/Retired 4/12 8/6
Age (Years)
 mean (SDa, range) 67 (7, 55–74) 63 (5, 55–73)
Physical Active (min. 2×/week) 9 (56%) 13 (93%)
 Cycling 5 3
 Fitness 3 6
 Gymnastics 0 2
 Hiking 1 2
 Long distance running/jogging 0 1
 Pilates 1 0
 Cross trainer 0 1
HOOSb (0–100)
 mean (SD, range) 40 (18, 4–64)
Current Pain (NRS 0–10c)
 mean (SD, range) 2 (2, 0–6)
Diagnosis (Amount) Duration of complaints (SD, range)  
 THRd after cox arthrosis 8 71 months (29, 36–120)
 THR after femoral neck fracture 1 6 months
 Hip dysplasia 1 6 months
 Cox arthrosis 6 102 months (81, 36–240)
  1. astandard deviation, bhip osteoarthritis outcome score, cnumerical rating scale, dtotal hip replacement