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reprint from Physical Therapy Reviews
Volume 8, Number 1, March 2003, pp. 5-16(12)
– by Baltaci G.; Kohl H.W.

To comprehensively review and critically appraise the available literature from 1966 to January 2001 in order to examine the evidence concerning the efficacy of proprioceptive training during knee and ankle rehabilitation. (Proprioception is the body’s ability to feel a joints’ place and direction of movement in space. Proprioception is used along with vision and the “level” in our ears to keep our balance. Kinesthetic sense is related. It is the your body‘s ability to sense body position, weight bearing and movement of the muscles, tendons and ligaments).
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