Patellofemoral pain: proximal, distal, and local factors, 2nd International Research Retreat. Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is one of the most common lower extremity conditions seen in orthopaedic practice. The mission of the second International Patellofemoral Pain Research Retreat was to bring together scientists and clinicians from around the world who are conducting research aimed at understanding the factors that contribute to the development and, consequently, the treatment of PFP. The format of the 2.5-day retreat included 2 keynote presentations, interspersed with 6 podium and 4 poster sessions. An important element of the retreat was the development of consensus statements that summarized the state of the research in each of the 4 presentation categories. In this supplement, you will find the consensus documents from the meeting, as well as the keynote addresses, schedule, and platform and poster presentation abstracts.

authors

  • Powers, CM
  • Bolgla, LA
  • Callaghan, MJ
  • Collins, N
  • Sheehan, FT

publication date

  • 2012