A helping hand for arthritis patients

October 1993
New Scientist;10/16/93, Vol. 140 Issue 1895, p17
Cites findings that traditional physiotherapy for rheumatoid arthritis patients could cause damage to proprioceptors in the joints. Research by Glasgow physiotherapist William Ferrell; `Flexion bias' of arthritic patients; Refocus on extensor muscles.


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