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Acute rotator cuff tendinopathy: does ice, low load isometric exercise, or a combination of the two produce an analgaesic effect?

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  1. Correspondence to Phillip J Parle, The Illawarra Sports Medicine Clinic, Foley's Rd, Gwynneville, NSW 2500, Australia; philparle{at}optusnet.com.au
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Parle PJ, Riddiford-Harland DL, Howitt CD, et al
Acute rotator cuff tendinopathy: does ice, low load isometric exercise, or a combination of the two produce an analgaesic effect?

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  • Accepted April 18, 2016
  • First published May 10, 2016.

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