Two articles on PainSci cite Holden 2019: 1. Tennis Elbow Guide 2. Achilles Tendinitis Treatment Science
- “The pain of tendinopathy: physiological or pathophysiological?,” Rio et al, Sports Medicine, 2014.
- “Isometric exercise induces analgesia and reduces inhibition in patellar tendinopathy,” Rio et al, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2015.
- “Do isometric and isotonic exercise programs reduce pain in athletes with patellar tendinopathy in-season? A randomised clinical trial,” van Ark et al, Journal of Science & Medicine in Sport, 2016.
- “Isometric Contractions Are More Analgesic Than Isotonic Contractions for Patellar Tendon Pain: An In-Season Randomized Clinical Trial,” Rio et al, Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, 2017.
Specifically regarding Holden 2019:
- “Isometric exercise for acute pain relief: is it relevant in tendinopathy management?,” Silbernagel et al, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2019.
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