New research: Magnetotherapy is effective in knee osteoarthritis rehabilitation

30 January 2019 - Research -
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Effect of a physiotherapy rehabilitation program on knee osteoarthritis in patients with different pain intensities”: this is the title of the research which aimed to examine the effects of a physiotherapy rehabilitation program for moderate knee osteoarthritis in patients with varying pain intensity.

Conducted on a sample of 60 patients divided into groups according to the pain level (bland, moderate and severe) and treated with a program which included Magnetotherapy with a third-series Easy, ultrasound, stretching exercises and muscle strengthening, the study confirmed an improvement in all patients, with the most valuable results for the group with moderate pain.

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