This is a research study about evaluating the effects of two novel interventions, which are walking (gait) strategies for people with knee osteoarthritis. The walking strategies involve either walking with the foot pointing in a little more than your usual (toe-in gait), or walking with the foot pointing out a little more than your usual (toe-out gait). Both of the walking strategies tested in this study have demonstrated ability to reduce the loading forces in the knee joint, however, we do not know which is more effective. This study aims to evaluate which intervention is most acceptable and effective in reducing pain for people with knee osteoarthritis.
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Ethics committee approval number: 2018/969