T1 - Knee joint instability and exercise therapy in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee. AU - Knoop, J. N1 - Geneeskunde Naam instelling promotie: VU University Naam instelling onderzoek: Amsterdam Rehabilitation Research Center Reade. PY - 2014. Y1 - 2014. M3 - PhD Thesis - Research external, graduation VU. ER -.
Neuromuscular exercise as treatment for knee osteoarthritis in middle aged patients Research Unit for Musculoskeletal Function and Physiotherapy Faculty of Health Sciences Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics University of Southern Denmark, Denmark Brian Clausen PhD Thesis 2016.
This PhD thesis is about the clinical diagnosis and non-pharmacological treatment of patients with hip osteoarthritis. The overall aims were to report on the prevalence of hip osteoarthritis in chiropractic practice, to examine the reproducibility of two clinical examination procedures.
Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a common cause of pain and disability. Patients often complain that they overload the other limb when they walk, resulting in disease in the unaffected knee. However, it is unknown whether this happens or the mechanism by which it occurs. Data was analysed from an established longitudinal cohort study to examine the development of bilateral knee OA.
PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology. 368 Shiu, Hoi Ting (2013) Controlling whole blood activation and resultant clot properties on various material surfaces: a possible therapeutic approach for enhancing bone healing.
This thesis is based on the following papers: I. A job exposure matrix based on expert ratings for use in general population studies of primary hip and knee osteoarthritis in relation to physical work loads II. Risk of total hip replacement due to primary osteoarthritis in relation to cumulative physical work loads: a nationwide cohort study III.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a multifactorial joint disease affecting all the tissues of the joint. Knee, hand and hip joints are frequently involved. OA is a serious health problem because i t entails a high clinical burden of pain and disability resulting in a reduced quality of life. Moreover, the prevalence of OA is high and rising. Especially in developed countries, this leads to a growing.
Osteoarthritis develops secondary to the action of hostile biomechanics upon susceptible cartilage. Cam morphology describes a loss of concavity at the femoral head-neck junction resulting in femoral impaction against the acetabular rim within a functional range of movement. This impaction is termed.