News & Evidence Update
An international panel of experts, including orthopedic surgeons, a rheumatologists, physiotherapists, among others reviewed current evidence on the management of knee arthritis or meniscal tears via surgery. The panel is confident that arthroscopic knee surgery does not, on average result in improvement in long term pain or function. The recommendations also offer practical infographics.
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- Article Review: The immediate effects of passive hip joint mobilization on hip abductor/external rotator muscle strength in patients with anterior knee pain and impaired hip function. A randomized, placebo-controlled crossover trial
- Article: Effect of Manual Physiotherapy in Homogeneous Individuals with SSI
- INAPTA Article Review: Effect of Manual Physiotherapy in Homogeneous Individuals with SSI
- IOMT Journal Article review thoracic spine manipulation
- Download the IOMT Journal Article Review