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Fig. 3. Foot and Ankle Ability Measure–activities of daily living subscale (FAAM-A) and numeric pain rating scale (NPRS) scores improved by 13 and 3 points, respectively, 1 week after the first injection, and 26 and 7 points, respectively, at 6 months after the first injection. Both outcomes surpassed their respective minimal clinically important differences and were maintained at 6 months after the first injection. Subjective measures of percent pain intensity difference (PPID) also improved after the injections. FAAM-A (0–84, higher is better), NPRS (0–10, lower is better), and PPID (0–100, lower is better). *Outcome measurements performed before the injection.
Korean J Sports Med 2023;41:241-5 https://doi.org/10.5763/kjsm.2023.41.4.241
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