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Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Self-Management Exercise Intervention on Wound Healing, Functional Ability and Health-Related Quality of Life Outcomes in Adults With Venous Leg Ulcers: A Randomised Controlled Trial (2016)

O'Brien, J., Finlayson, K., Kerr, G., & Edwards, H. (2017). Evaluating the effectiveness of a self‐management exercise intervention on wound healing, functional ability and health‐related quality of life outcomes in adults with venous leg ulcers: a randomised controlled trial. International Wound Journal, 14(1), 130-137.

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Venous ulcers are commonly treated by therapists who specialize in wound treatment. Evidence based strategies are critical to help people with venous ulcers heal faster. This randomized controlled trial assessed a 12-week home-based ankle exercise in ...

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