Supervised vs. unsupervised rehabilatation following acute ankle sprain
Supervised Rehabilitation Versus Home Exercise in the Treatment of Acute Ankle Sprains: A Systematic ReviewClin Sports Med. 2015 Apr;34(2):329-346
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4 randomized control trials with 322 patients were included in this systematic review and meta-analysis which assessed benefits of supervised rehabilitation programs compared to unsupervised home exercise programs for patients with acute lateral ankle sprains. Studies were selected if they analyzed subjective outcomes such as ankle sprain recurrence, or objective measures such as range of motion. ...
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