Knee Pain

Overview & Efficacy: No formal studies have examined the effectiveness of biofeedback for this disorder but the technique is used so frequently with such success that it is certainly worth trying when subluxation of the patella does not respond to other conservative interventions and before surgery is done.

This therapy has not been formally rated by a panel but would probably be rated as between possibly and probably efficacious (levels 2 to 3 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best).

For more information on how efficacy is rated click here.

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