OPTIKNEE Consensus

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Description: OPTIKNEE Consensus is an international consensus exercise aimed at developing evidence-based consensus recommendations for rehabilitation to optimize musculoskeletal health and prevent post-traumatic osteoarthritis following knee trauma. This group involves over 30 individuals including researchers from the fields of rehabilitation, knee injury and osteoarthritis, as well as patient and clinical partners. The OPTIKNEE Consensus osteoarthritis will culminate in seven systematic reviews (meta-analyses) and a consensus document. The OPTIKNEE Consensus has received funding from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (Whittaker - Planning & Dissemination Grant 410777).

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