randomised clinical trial treatment of patellofemoral pain syndrome : Foot orthoses and physiotherapy in the McPoil and Bill Vicenzino

@inproceedings{Collins2009randomisedCT,
  title={randomised clinical trial treatment of patellofemoral pain syndrome : Foot orthoses and physiotherapy in the McPoil and Bill Vicenzino},
  author={Natalie M. Collins and Kay M. Crossley and Elaine Beller and Ross Darnell and Thomas G. McPoil},
  year={2009}
}
Objective To compare the clinical efficacy of foot orthoses in the management of patellofemoral pain syndrome with flat inserts or physiotherapy, and to investigate the effectiveness of foot orthoses plus physiotherapy. DesignProspective, singleblind, randomisedclinical trial. Setting Single centre trial within a community setting in Brisbane, Australia. Participants 179 participants (100 women) aged 18 to 40 years, with a clinical diagnosis of patellofemoral pain syndrome of greater than six… CONTINUE READING

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