In this review: Cost-effectiveness of Physical Therapy vs Intra-articular Glucocorticoid Injection for Knee Osteoarthritis (JAMA Network Open)
Physical Therapy More Cost-Effective Than Injections for Knee OA After One Year
Researchers taking a longer-range view say that opting for a glucocorticoid injection may not be the cheap-and-easy path it seems.
Log in or create a free account to keep reading.
Join APTA to get unlimited access to content.
Date: February 8, 2022
Content Type: Review
Knee Conditions, Osteoarthritis, Knee Pain, Osteoarthritis of the Knee
You Might Also Like...
ReviewHigh-Dose Exercise Mostly Not Superior to Low-Dose Exercise for Knee OA
Feb 10, 2023
An RCT measured pain and function in patients with knee osteoarthritis who completed 12 weeks of physical therapist-supervised exercises.
FeaturePTs Providing Value as Primary Providers in an Osteoarthritis Program
Sep 1, 2022
The June issue of APTA Magazine includes a feature that should resonate with PTs and PTAs. Titled "Good Fit: Physical Therapy and Value-Based Care," the
PerspectivePTs Are Primary Providers in Our Osteoarthritis Program. The Results Are Amazing
Jun 14, 2022
Duke's Joint Health Program offers high-value, whole-person care for treatment of hip and knee OA. And PTs are serving as the primary providers.