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Optimum Frequency of Exercise for Bone Health: Randomised Controlled Trial of a High-Impact Unilateral Intervention (2010)

Bailey, C. A., & Brooke-Wavell, K. (2010). Optimum frequency of exercise for bone health: Randomised controlled trial of a high-impact unilateral intervention. Bone, 46(4), 1043-1049.

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Many people suffer from low bone density which places them at increased risk of fracture. This research article review discusses findings from a randomized controlled trial which examined the effect of different frequencies of hopping for improving b ...

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Population:

Adult

Discipline:

PT

Diagnosis:

KneesOrthopaedics