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International Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

International Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
ISSN (online) : 2278-9030
ISSN (Print) : 2278-9014
ISSUES : 4/year
PUBLISHER : Rehabilitation Without Borders

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Review Article 


An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav.

Abstract
PFPS is among the most common disorders of the knee in physically active individuals. Previous literature evaluated the effects of traditional rehabilitation strategies for the management of PFPS. Recently, adjunct techniques like Kinesio taping (KT), Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), Cupping therapy and Dry Needling (DN) has gained popularity to enhance the recovery in PFPS. The aim of this review is to find the literature concerning the emerging effects of adjunct techniques on PFPS from databases such as Google Scholar, Pubmed & Pedro. Existing literature encourage the potential role of adjunct techniques thus there is a need to explore more moderate to high quality experimental trials.

Key words: Anterior knee pain, IASTM, Cupping therapy, Jumper’s knee, Dry Needling, Kinesio taping


 
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Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav. An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. IJHRS. 2017; 6(1): 30-37. doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000120


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Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav. An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. https://www.ijhrs.org/?mno=268729 [Access: November 29, 2022]. doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000120


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Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav. An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. IJHRS. 2017; 6(1): 30-37. doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000120



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Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav. An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. IJHRS. (2017), [cited November 29, 2022]; 6(1): 30-37. doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000120



Harvard Style

Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav (2017) An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. IJHRS, 6 (1), 30-37. doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000120



Turabian Style

Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav. 2017. An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. International Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (IJHRS), 6 (1), 30-37. doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000120



Chicago Style

Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav. "An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome." International Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (IJHRS) 6 (2017), 30-37. doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000120



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav. "An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome." International Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (IJHRS) 6.1 (2017), 30-37. Print. doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000120



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Manisha Uttam,, Anuradha Lehri, Harshita Yadav (2017) An Update on the Potential Role of Emerging Adjunct Techniques for the Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. International Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (IJHRS), 6 (1), 30-37. doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000120



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