Do exercises for patellofemoral pain reflect common injury mechanisms? A systematic review

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Do exercises for patellofemoral pain reflect common injury mechanisms? A systematic review

Current best evidence has reported that therapeutic exercise programs that are designed to treat patellofemoral pain (PFP) should include both hip and knee specific exercises. The purpose of this review was to (1) examine the quality/comprehensiveness of exercise reporting in this field; (2) quantify the extent to which individual exercises comprised task-specific elements (single limb stance; eccentric control of the hip; rotational z-axis control) most likely to address key pathomechanics associated with PFP.

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