The efficacy of exercise therapy in reducing shoulder pain related to breast cancer: a systematic review.

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PURPOSE Recent research indicates that physiotherapy interventions, such as exercise and manual therapy, may be effective in decreasing the frequency of side effects linked with breast cancer treatment, including fatigue, pain, nausea, and decreased quality of life. This systematic review aims to determine the efficacy of exercise therapy in reducing… (More)
DOI: 10.3138/ptc.2012-06

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@article{Tatham2013TheEO, title={The efficacy of exercise therapy in reducing shoulder pain related to breast cancer: a systematic review.}, author={Barbara Tatham and Jenna Smith and Oren Cheifetz and Jessica N Gillespie and Katie Snowden and Jessica Temesy and Lisa Vandenberk}, journal={Physiotherapy Canada. Physiotherapie Canada}, year={2013}, volume={65 4}, pages={321-30} }