OARSI 2016: Facilitators/barriers to exercise in older patients with knee OA
Identifying barriers and facilitators to exercise and physical activity in older adults with knee pain: findings from the beep trial longitudinal qualitative study
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30 patients with osteoarthritis of the knee were included in the study and randomized to one of three groups: individually tailored exercise group, targeted exercise adherence group, and usual physiotherapy care group. The study was conducted in order to assess the feasibility of the interventions as well as their impact on general physical activity and exercise behavior. It was found that regardl...
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