Limited, short-term benefits of exercise on self-reported measures for hand OA
Limited effects of exercises in people with hand osteoarthritis: results from a randomized controlled trialOsteoarthritis Cartilage. 2014 Sep;22(9):1224-33.
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130 patients with hand osteoarthritis (OA) were randomly allocated to undergo a 12-week exercise program or standard care, with the primary purpose of determining the impact of exercise on self-reported hand activity performance. Overall, the exercise program was well tolerated among patients with hand OA, but it only produced small, short-term improvements on self-reported measures and not on per...
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