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A tailored intervention does not reduce low value MRI's and arthroscopies in degenerative knee disease when the secular time trend is taken into account: a difference-in-difference analysis

Barriers and facilitators perceived by healthcare professionals for implementing lifestyle interventions in patients with osteoarthritis: a scoping review

Consensus Statement for Shoulder Impingement: To Operate or Not? Who to Ask for the Consensus Panel

Facilitators and barriers for the implementation of exercise are medicine in routine clinical care in Dutch university medical centres: a mixed methodology study on clinicians' perceptions

Performing a knee arthroscopy among patients with degenerative knee disease: one-third is potentially low value care

A comprehensive multidisciplinary care pathway for hip fractures better outcome than usual care?

Arthroscopic isolated long head of biceps tenotomy in patients with degenerative rotator cuff tears: mid-term clinical results and prognostic factors

Compensatory Movement Patterns Are Based on Abnormal Activity of the Biceps Brachii and Posterior Deltoid Muscles in Patients with Symptomatic Rotator Cuff Tears

Intra-and interobserver reliability of determining the femoral footprint of the torn anterior cruciate ligament on MRI scans

The correlation between posterior tibial slope and dynamic anterior tibial translation and dynamic range of tibial rotation

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Promotie orthopeed Bart-Jan Veen

Unnecessary shoulder surgery

Fit in 20 minuten en zonder te zweten: kan dat?

Het dragen van een hockeybitje heeft geen zin

BMJ talk medicine Professor Ron Diercks talks about sports medicine research in the Netherlands

When Running Up Mileage, 10 Percent Isn’t the Cap

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