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Key study  Ahn et al. 2016. Effects of 12-week exercise training on osteocalcin, high-sensitivity C-reactive protein concentrations, and insulin resistance in elderly females with osteoporosis. J Phys Ther Sci. 28(8):2227-31.
Key study  Ball et al. 2009 . Spinal extension exercises prevent natural progression of kyphosis. Osteoporos Int. Mar;20(3):481-9.
Key study  Bennell K. et al. 2000. The role of physiotherapy in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis Manual Therapy 5(4):198-213
Key study  Carter ND et al 2002. Community-based exercise program reduces risk factors for falls in 65- to 75- year old women with osteoporosis: randomized controlled trial. Can Med Assoc J 167(9):997-1004
Key study  Katzman WB et al. 2007 . Changes in flexed posture, musculoskeletal impairments, and physical performance after group exercise in community-dwelling older women. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 88(2):192-9
Key study  Kemmler W et al 2004. Benefits of 2 years of intense exercise on bone density, physical fitness, and blood lipids in early postmenopausal osteopenic women: results of the Erlangen Fitness Osteoporosis Prevention Study (EFOPS). Arch Int Med 164(10):1084-1091.
Key study  Kemmler W et al. 2010. Exercise effects on bone mineral density, falls, coronary risk factors, and health care costs in older women: the randomized controlled senior fitness and prevention (SEFIP) study. Arch Intern Med. 170(2):179-85.
Bautmans I et al 2015. Rehabilitation using manual mobilization for thoracic kyphosis in elderly postmenopausal patients with osteoporosis. J Rehabil Med 42(2):129-35
Burke TN, et al 2010 . Postural control in elderly persons with osteoporosis: Efficacy of an intervention program to improve balance and muscle strength: a randomized controlled trial Am J Phys Med Rehabil Jul;89(7):549-56
Dohrn et al. 2017. Short- and Long-Term Effects of Balance Training on Physical Activity in Older Adults With Osteoporosis: A Randomized Controlled Trial. J Geriatr Phys Ther. 40(2):102-111.
Gale JR 2002. Osteoporosis and Exercise Gerinotes 9(1):20-21
Gold DT, et al. 2004 . Group treatment improves trunk strength and psychological status in older women with vertebral fractures: results of a randomized, clinical trial. J Am Geriatr Soc. Sep;52(9):1471-8.
Halvarsson A et al. 2015. Balance training with multi-task exercises improves fall-related self-efficacy, gait, balance performance and physical function in older adults with osteoporosis: a randomized controlled trial. Clin Rehabil. Apr;29(4):365-75.
Halvarsson et al. 2016. Long-term effects of a progressive and specific balance-training programme with multi-task exercises for older adults with osteoporosis: A randomized controlled study. Clin Rehabil. 30(11):1049-1059.
Harush M 2004. The effect of a water exercise program on bone density among postmenopausal women (Abstract) Unpublished Thesis University of Haifa. Israel.
Judge JO et al 2003. Home-based moderate resistance training improves femoral bone mineral density in women on long term hormone replacement therapy. (Abstract) J Am Geriatr Soc 51(4):S232
Judge JO, Kleppinger A. 2003. Long-term moderate resistance training increases lean mass in older women (Abstract) J Am Geriatr Soc 51(4):S185
Kanemaru A, et al 2010 . The efficacy of home-based muscle training for the elderly osteoporotic women: the effects of daily muscle training on quality of life (QoL) Arch Gerontol Geriatr 51(2):169-72
Katzman WB et al 2016. Study of Hyperkyphosis, Exercise and Function (SHEAF) Protocol of a Randomized Controlled Trial of Multimodal Spine-Strengthening Exercise in Older Adults With Hyperkyphosis. Phys Ther. Mar;96(3):371-81.
Kemmler W et al 2014. Dose-response effect of exercise frequency on bone mineral density in post-menopausal, osteopenic women. Scand J Med Sci Sports Jun;24(3):526-34
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