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(Knee pain)
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  • Immediate effects of a distal gait modification during stair descent in individuals with patellofemoral pain. [Journal Article]
  • PTPhysiother Theory Pract 2018 May 23; :1-7
  • Aliberti S, Mezêncio B, … Mochizuki L
  • CONCLUSIONS: The distal gait modification session changed the lower extremity kinetic chain strategy of movement, increasing foot and ankle movement contribution and decreasing knee contribution to the task. An immediate decrease in patellofemoral pain intensity during stair descent was also observed. To emphasize forefoot landing may be a useful intervention to immediately relieve pain in patients with patellofemoral pain during stair descent. Clinical studies are needed to verify the gait modification session effects in medium and long terms.
  • Outcome of arthroscopic SLAP repair using knot-tying-suture anchors compared with knotless-suture anchors in athletes. [Journal Article]
  • AOArch Orthop Trauma Surg 2018 May 22
  • Reinig Y, Welsch F, … Stein T
  • CONCLUSIONS: After SLAP repair, athletes showed underestimated impairment of shoulder sport resumption and proficiency with high rates of shoulder sports cessation. The present data favor the knotless fixation technique, because this fixation technique allowed bilaterally equivalent ranges of motions. The uninjured shoulder athletes also showed functional deficits with significant shoulder sport impairments, which must be considered in outcome analysis and for the rehabilitation program.
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