What's hot in knee OA rehab research

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– Emerging evidence indicates that patients with knee osteoarthritis who engage in high-intensity interval training obtain significantly greater improvement in physical function than with conventionally prescribed moderate-intensity exercise, Monica R. Maly, PhD, said at the OARSI 2019 World Congress.

This was one of the key conclusions she and her coworkers drew from their analysis of the past year’s published research on diet and exercise interventions to improve outcomes in patients with OA, where obesity and physical inactivity figure prominently as modifiable lifestyle factors.
Period28 Jul 2019

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  • TitleWhat’s hot in knee OA rehab research
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletRheumatology News
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited States
    DescriptionThis web link summarises the results of our study which identified high intensity interval training (HIIT) cycling as being superior to continuous moderate intensity cycling for people of knee osteoarthritis.
    PersonsJustin Keogh