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EVIDENCE-INFORMED RECOMMENDATIONS TO SUPPORT IMPLEMENTATION OF BEST PRACTICE THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE FOR PEOPLE WITH KNEE AND/OR HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS: AN INTERNATIONAL CONSENSUS PROCESS

      Purpose: International clinical guidelines consistently recommend therapeutic exercise as a core treatment for people with knee and/or hip osteoarthritis (OA). Despite this, there is little guidance about how to implement best practice therapeutic exercise. How exercise is currently delivered within clinical practice is variable and can be suboptimal. Many people with OA seeking care do not receive therapeutic exercise, and others report feeling unsupported when advised to exercise. The OARSI Rehabilitation Discussion Group therefore developed evidence-informed recommendations to support the implementation of therapeutic exercise for people with knee and/or hip OA.
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