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Exercise for treating patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS)

Is there evidence indicating that exercise therapy for PFPS may result in clinical important changes ?

31 heterogeneous trials including 1690 participants with PFPS were included in this review Seven outcome measures were chosen to summaridse the available evidence:  pain during activity (short-term: ≤ 3 months); usual pain (short-term); pain during activity (long-term: > 3 months); usual pain (long-term); functional ability (short-term); functional ability (long-term); and recovery (long-term). Litterature until June 2014 was included in the review.

 
 

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