Hip strength deficits in people with knee osteoarthritis

Do people with symptomatic knee OA experience deficits in hip muscle strength?

A complete understanding of deficits in hip strength common amongst those with knee osteoarthritis (OA) may provide a promising scope for targeted and individualised rehabilitation. The current body of literature pertaining to the issue is limited to research with small sample sizes and conflicting outcomes. The goal of the current systematic review was to determine whether people with symptomatic knee OA experienced deficits in hip strength.


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