Home based exercise programme for knee pain and knee osteoarthritis: randomised controlled trial

@article{Thomas2002HomeBE,
  title={Home based exercise programme for knee pain and knee osteoarthritis: randomised controlled trial},
  author={K. S. Thomas and K. Muir and M. Doherty and A. Jones and S. O’Reilly and E. Bassey},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
  year={2002},
  volume={325},
  pages={752}
}
Abstract Objectives: To determine whether a home based exercise programme can improve outcomes in patients with knee pain. Design: Pragmatic, factorial randomised controlled trial of two years' duration. Setting: Two general practices in Nottingham. Participants: 786 men and women aged—45 years with self reported knee pain. Interventions: Participants were randomised to four groups to receive exercise therapy, monthly telephone contact, exercise therapy plus telephone contact, or no… Expand
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