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Compared with usual care, supervised exercise in primary care for people with patellofemoral syndrome does not significantly increase self-reported recovery, but it improves pain and function in the short term and pain in the long term



Compared with usual care, supervised exercise in primary care for people with patellofemoral syndrome does not significantly increase self-reported recovery, but it improves pain and function in the short term and pain in the long term



Evidence-Based Nursing 13(2): 52-53




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DOI: 10.1136/ebn1055


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