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80 patients with primary knee osteoarthritis divided into 4 groups according to the Kellgren and Lawrence grading scale (KL): Group 1: 20 patients with grade I KOA Group 2: 20 patients with grade II KOA Group 3: 20 patients with grade III KOA Group 4: 20 patients with grade IV KOA
- Patients will undergo pre- and post- exercise assessment with:
1. Western Ontario and McMaster University Osteoarthritis Index (WAOMAC)
2. Modified Stare Excursion Balance test
3. Timed up and Go test
- Exercise program includes:
1. Lower extremity kinesthesia and balance exercise program
2. Strength exercise program
Balance exercise program, Strengthening exercise program
Alexandria University, Faculty of Medicine
University of Alexandria
Published on BioPortfolio: 2020-01-20T11:45:07-0500
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