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Do you have pain in the front of you’re knee?

If so join Dr Diana Wang & I at LASS. You don’t even have to come in! As this study shows effective treatment for you’re knee pain can be administered through TeleHealth!!

Simply visit us as www.lasportsandspine.com & schedule a virtual session. It’s easy & you could do it from anywhere!!

If you have questions just email Dr Wang at diana.wang.868@gmail.com.

Did you know that TeleHealth based rehab advice is just as effective as face to face physical therapy care!

It’s even fun so it’s easy to stay consistent with the home program.

“Self-directed web-based education and exercise therapy for people with PFP is feasible, as noted by the high rate of participant retention and home exercise adherence achieved in this study.”

What kind of results can you expect?
20% of people reported complete recovery at 6 weeks – completion of Phase 1.

40% of people reported marked improvement or complete recovery by the completion of Phase 1.

71% of people reported marked improvement or complete recovery by the completion of Phase 2. This was an additional 12 week course of rehab.

“93% …of the participants who were followed up and had not completely recovered at 6 weeks agreed to be enrolled in phase 2”

“Both face-to-face and telerehabilitation physiotherapy should be considered for those continuing to seek care, as there is no difference in outcomes between these delivery modes.”

Do you have pain in the front of you’re knee?

Did you know that TeleHealth based rehab advice is just as effective as face to face physical therapy care!

It’s even fun so it’s easy to stay consistent with the home program.

“Self-directed web-based education and exercise therapy for people with PFP is feasible, as noted by the high rate of participant retention and home exercise adherence achieved in this study.”

What kind of results can you expect?
20% of people reported complete recovery at 6 weeks – completion of Phase 1.

40% of people reported marked improvement or complete recovery – completion of Phase 1.

71% of people reported marked improvement or complete recovery – completion of Phase 2. This was an additional 12 week course of rehab.

“93% …of the participants who were followed up and had not completely recovered at 6 weeks agreed to be enrolled in phase 2”

https://www.jmir.org/2020/7/e18584/

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