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Scientific fraud in physiotherapy
Muscle strengthening is not effective in children and adolescents with cerebral palsy
Urinary incontinence is associated with an increase in falls
Exercise reduces the intensity and prevalence of low back pain in 12–13 year old children
Some benefit from physiotherapy intervention in the subgroup of patients with severe ankle sprain as determined by the ankle function score
People with non-specific chronic low back pain who have participated in exercise programs have preferences about exercise
People with low back pain typically need to feel ‘much better’ to consider intervention worthwhile
The PEDro scale is a valid measure of the methodological quality of clinical trials
Instillation of normal saline before suctioning reduces the incidence of pneumonia in intubated and ventilated adults
Arthroscopic surgery provides no additional benefit over physiotherapy and medication for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis
Do lumbar stabilising exercises reduce pain and disability in patients with recurrent low back pain?
Multidisciplinary assessment of elderly people with a history of multiple falls reduces the risk of further falls
Anterior Knee Pain Scale
Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire
Degenerative spondylolisthesis
Stroke
Were the techniques appropriate?
Techniques were chosen from experience