Evidence based management of steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome

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  • Citation tools Download this article to citation manager Greenhalgh Trisha , Howick Jeremy , Maskrey Neal . Evidence based medicine: a movement in crisis? BMJ 2014; 348 :g3725
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    Cleary (2006) has suggested the importance of functional strengthening exercises, initially focussing on proximal stabilisation (think core and scapular stability). There is also a role for strengthening exercises to maintain improvement of soft tissue and spinal mobility as discussed by Novak (2004). For a range of scapular stability exercises, check out our post on treatment of scapular dyskinesis . If you are interested in learning more about strength and mobility work for posture, I recommend checking out the Postural Restoration Institute.

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