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Optimization of modifiable factors may prevent persistently poor knee confidence

A recently published study assessing knee confidence in 4,515 participants with or at elevated risk for knee osteoarthritis (OA)  found that a multimodal biopsychosocial intervention, such as weight loss, strength and stability training, movement retraining,multi-site pain management and cognitive behavioral therapy, may improve the long-term course of knee confidence, as well as promote better function and activity participation in patients with or at elevated risk for knee OA.

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