Amazing study on Knee Cartilage & PT Exercise

The subjects in this study were individuals who had had partial meniscotomy 3-5 years earlier and were between the age of 35-30.

They were randomly allocated to either a Physical Therapy exercise group or a control group. The exercises provided by the PTs included resisted weight bearing exercises with focus on strength and neural control retraining, 3 times per week for 4 months.

The control group did not receive any PT exercise intervention.

Posted on: May 19, 2006

Categories: Knee

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