No benefit of physiotherapy over general advice after dislocated shoulder: Clinical trial

Routinely referring patients to a tailored program of physiotherapy after a dislocated shoulder is no better than a single session of advice, supporting materials and the option to self-refer to physiotherapy, finds a clinical trial published by The BMJ today. The findings should help clinicians and patients have informed discussions about the best approach to non-operative rehabilitation, say the researchers.

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