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Developing Clinical and Research Priorities for Pain and Psychological Features in People With Patellofemoral Pain: An International Consensus Process With Health Care Professionals

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posted on 01.01.2022, 00:00 authored by B T Vicenzino, M S Rathleff, S Holden, L Maclachlan, B E Smith, D de Oliveira Silva, M van Middelkoop, E Arendt, M M Arvinen-Barrow, F Azevedo, C Barton, D Bazett-Jones, S Boudreau, R V Briani, N J Collins, S Cowan, K Crossley, J Domenech, S F Dye, J Earl-Boehm, J F Esculier, N R Glaviano, L Kedroff, S Lack, M Matthews, J McConnell, J O’Donovan, M Pazzinatto, C Robertson, V Sanchis-Alfonso, J Selfe, M Selhorst, C Thompson, L Tobin, R van der Heijden, R van Linschoten, S Alsaleh, A Baellow, C Belvedere, L Bolgla, M Boling, M Callaghan, A Ferreira, Aaron FoxAaron Fox, N Giblin, H Hart, J Hill, K Y Ho, L Hoglund, E Lally, E Macri, C Powers, G Salsich, K Sigmund, B Stewart, B Taborda, H L Tang, C Thomson, J Thorpe, M Waiteman, M Wheatley, R Willy
Developing Clinical and Research Priorities for Pain and Psychological Features in People With Patellofemoral Pain: An International Consensus Process With Health Care Professionals

History

Journal

Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy

Volume

52

Issue

1

Pagination

29 - 39

Publisher

JOSPT Inc

Location

Virginia, USA

ISSN

0190-6011

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal