Assessing the effect of additive blood flow restriction to low load resistance on anterior knee pain
Low load resistance training with blood flow restriction decreases anterior knee pain more than resistance training alone. A pilot randomised controlled trialPhys Ther Sport. 2018 Nov;34:121-128. doi: 10.1016/j.ptsp.2018.09.007
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40 male patients with anterior knee pain were randomized to a single session of low load resistance training with or without concomitant blood flow restriction intervention. Patients were assessed for change in pain during three functional test from pre-intervention to post-intervention. The functional tests including a shallow single leg squat test, a deep single leg squat test, and a step down t...
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