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Australian Journal of Physiotherapy

Volume 55 . NO 1 . 2009

Editorial
5 Trevor G Russell
Telerehabilitation: a coming of age
Research
9 Maarten R Prins and Peter van der Wurff
Females with patellofemoral pain syndrome have weak hip muscles: a systematic review

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17 Judy F Chen, Karen A Ginn and Robert D Herbert
Passive mobilisation of shoulder region joints plus advice and exercise does not reduce pain and disability more than advice and exercise alone: a randomised trial

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25 Kanda Chaipinyo and Orapin Karoonsupcharoen
No difference between home-based strength training and home-based balance training on pain in patients with knee osteoarthritis: a randomised trial

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31 Chung-Wei C Lin, Anne M Moseley, Robert D Herbert and Kathryn M Refshauge
Pain and dorsiflexion range of motion predict short- and medium-term activity limitation in people receiving physiotherapy intervention after ankle fracture: an observational study
39 Petra von Heideken Wågert, Yngve Gustafson and Lillemor Lundin-Olsson
Large variations in walking, standing up from a chair, and balance in women and men over 85 years: an observational study
47 Benedict M Wand, Rebecca Hunter, Neil E O’Connell, Louise Marston and James McAuley
The self-reported aggravating activities of people with chronic non-specific low back pain do not involve consistent directions of spinal movement: an observational study
53 Cormac G Ryan, P Margaret Grant, Philippa M Dall, Heather Gray, Mary Newton and Malcolm H Granat
Individuals with chronic low back pain have a lower level, and an altered pattern, of physical activity compared with matched controls: an observational study
Appraisal
61 Critically Appraised Papers
65 Clinimetrics
67 Clinical Practice Guidelines
68 Media
70 Correspondence

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