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Do dynamic strengthening and aerobic capacity exercises reduce pain and improve functional outcomes and strength in people with established rheumatoid arthritis?

Iversen MD, Brandenstein JS. Do dynamic strengthening and aerobic capacity exercises reduce pain and improve functional outcomes and strength in people with established rheumatoid arthritis? Phys Ther. 2012 Oct; 92(10):1251-7.

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