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- Website: Evidently Cochrane
- Resource type: Video
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Exercise might improve knee function and help with pain. Researchers do not yet know which exercises are best.
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patello-femoral, knee pain, exercise, chronic pain, sore , joint, physical activity, fitness
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Rated on: 12/20/2016 3:42:04 PM
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