The scientific and clinical rationale for the integrated approach to open and closed kinetic chain rehabilitation

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2000-06
Authors
Manske, Robert C.
Davies, George J.
Heiderscheit, Bryan C.
Schulte, Robert
Neitzel, Jennifer
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Davies, GJ, Heiderscheidt, BC, Schulte, R, Manske, R, Neitzel, J. The Scientific and Clinical Rationale for the integrated Approach to Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Rehabilitation. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Clinics of North America, 9:247-267, 2000.

Abstract

This article has reviewed the literature regarding the use of OKC and CKC rehabilitation protocols for individuals having knee injuries with particular emphasis on CKC exercises. Advantages and disadvantages of both methods have been defined. In addition, rationale for the integration of the two rehabilitation techniques was provided. A program that uses both OKC and CKC exercises is functionally directed, while recognizing and correcting isolated deficits.

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