OARSI 2016: The effect of TKR + non-surgical treatment on localized/spreading pain sensiti
Total knee replacement followed by a non-surgical treatment program reduce localized and spreading pain sensitization - a pre-defined ancillary analysis from a randomized controlled trial
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100 patients eligible for total knee replacement (TKR) were randomized to undergo an operative TKR procedure prior to a 12-week non-operative treatment, or the non-operative treatment alone. The purpose of this trial was to determine whether the combination of surgical and non-surgical therapy was associated with a superior reduction of pain experienced for several outcomes when assessed after 3 m...
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