OARSI 2016: Exercise therapy via usual care/tailored program/exercise adherence in knee OA
Improving the effectiveness of exercise therapy for older adults with knee pain: a pragmatic randomized controlled trial (The Beep Trial)
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514 patients with knee osteoarthritis were randomized to one of three groups for exercise therapy: usual care, which included advice and prescription of exercises over 4 sessions with a physiotherapist; an individually tailored lower-limb exercise therapy program over 12 weeks; and a targeted exercise adherence program, which focused on transitioning patients from lower-limb exercises to an increa...
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