Efficacy of Feedback on Running Gait Retraining in Patients With Patellofemoral Pain: A Critically Appraised Topic

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Clinical Question: Is it beneficial to utilize feedback motion retraining in improving gait biomechanics, pain, and self-reported function on patients with patellofemoral pain (PFP)? Clinical Bottom Line: There is sufficient evidence to support the use of feedback motion retraining to improve gait, pain, and function in PFP rehabilitation.

Jeon and Thomas are with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC.

Address author correspondence to Hyunjae Jeon at hjeon2@uncc.edu.
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