Written by three internationally renowned pain and movement experts, this book serves as a personal guide for individuals with painful knee osteoarthritis (OA) and an indispensable resource for practitioners who treat them.
Based on recent scientific research and discoveries, this empowering book reveals the underlying factors that contribute to knee OA and provides guidance on treatment and recovery—including the three critical ingredients to recovery, the groundbreaking Protectometer tool, and how to design an exercise and management program. Discover a new approach to thinking about and treating knee OA.
Written by Professor G. Lorimer Moseley, DSc, PhD, FAAHMS, FPMANZCA, FACP; Associate Professor David Butler, Ed D, B Phty, GDAMT, M App Sc, PT; and Associate Professor Tasha R. Stanton, BScPT, MSc, PhD. Sold as The Knee Osteoarthritis Handbook in Australia. Softcover. 86 pages.