This article consists of four printable client handouts covering four phases of proximal muscle rehabilitation for patellofemoral pain. If you have access to this article you will be able to click the PDF in the Media Contents box to open and print out the handouts. Each handout has about 4-6 exercises with images and exercise guidance.
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