A systematic review based on 65 meta-analyses showed that exercise improves cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength, cancer-related fatigue, depression and HR-QoL. The incidence of adverse events is also low, making exercise a valuable intervention for cancer patients.
A meta-analysis based on 19 studies found that reduced knee extension strength and hip adduction velocity has an association with Running-Related Injuries (RRI). However, the effect size is small and should not be considered as clinically meaningful.
Which Treatments Work Best for Osteoarthritis Pain? Reference Smedslund, G., Kjeken, I., Musial, F., Sexton, J., & Østerås, N. (2022). Interventions for osteoarthritis pain: A systematic review with network meta-analysis of existing Cochrane reviews. Osteoarthritis And Cartilage Open, 4(2), 100242. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocarto.2022.100242 Objective Currently, professional bodies have different guidelines with regards [...]