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1.  Internal patient satisfaction survey done on NHS patients diagnosed with knee OA.

2. Based on external patient satisfaction survey done for BUPA health insurance on 150 Bupa patients with knee pain Independent survey conducted by Network Research in Nov., 2009 amongst 150 AposTherapy® patients.

3. Bar-Ziv Y, Beer Y, Ran Y, Benedict S, Halperin N. A treatment applying a biomechanical device to the feet of patients with knee osteoarthritis results in reduced pain and improved function: a prospective controlled study. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2010;11:179.

4. Independent survey conducted by Network Research in Nov., 2009 amongst 150 AposTherapy® patients.

5. Bar-Ziv Y, Debbi EM, Ran Y, Benedict S, Halperin N, Beer Y. Long-term effects of AposTherapy in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee: A two-year follow-up. Arthritis 2013;2013:689236. doi: 10.1155/2013/689236.

6. Elbaz A, Mor A, Segal G, Debbi E, Haim A, Halperin N, Debi R. APOS therapy improves clinical measurements and gait in patients with knee osteoarthritis. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon)2010 Nov;25(9):920-5.

7. Elbaz A, Mirovsky Y, Mor A, Enosh S, Debbi EM, Segal G, Barzlay Y, Debi R. A novel biomechanical device improves gait pattern in patient with chronic nonspecific low back pain. Spine 2009;34:E507-512.

8. Haim A, Rubin G, Rozen N, Goryachev Y, Wolf A. Reduction in knee adduction moment via non-invasive biomechanical training: A longitudinal gait analysis study. Journal of Biomechanics 2012 Jan;45:41-45.

9. Elbaz A, Mor A, Segal G, Drexler M, Norman D, Peled E, Rozen N. A new non-invasive biomechanical therapy for knee osteoarthritis improves clinical symptoms and gait patterns. Harefuah. 2011 Oct.150:769-73.

10. Drexler M, Elbaz A, Mor A, Debi R, Debbi EM, Haim A, Lador R, Salai M, Segal G. Effects of a customized biomechanical therapy on patients with medial compartment knee osteoarthritis. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 2012 May;55(4):213-28.

11. Elbaz A, Beer Y, Rath E, Morag G, Segal G, Debbi EM, Wasser D, Mor A, Debi R. A unique foot-worn device for patients with degenerative meniscal tear. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology and Arthroscopy. 2013 Feb;21(2):380-7.

12. Haim A, Segal G, Elbaz A, Mor A, Agar G, Bar-Ziv Y, Beer Y, Morag G, Debi R, Atoun E. The outcome of a novel biomechanical therapy for patients suffering from anterior knee pain. 2013;20:295-599. doi:10.1016/j.knee.2012.11.009.

13. Segal G, Bar-Ziv Y, Velkes S, Benkovich V, Stanger G, Debbi EM, Debi R, Mor A Elbaz A. A non-invasive biomechanical device and treatment for patients following total hip arthroplasty: results of a 6-month pilot investigation. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research. 2013, 8:13 doi:10.1186/1749-799X-8-13.

14. Lador R, Segal G, Kosashvili Y, Drexler M, Chechik O, Haim A, Salai M, Elbaz A, Debi R. Noninvasive biomechanical therapy improves objective and subjective measurements of pain and function in patients with knee osteoarthritis: a retrospective analysis. Current Orthpaedic Practice 2013 24;6:674-680.

15. Elbaz A, Cohen MS, Debbi EM, Rath U, Mor A, Morag G, Beer Y, Segal G, Debi R. A noninvasive biomechanical treatment as an additional tool in the rehabilitation of an acute anterior cruciate ligament tear: A case report. SAGE Open Medical Case Report 2014 2; doi:10.1177/2050313X13519978.

16. Internal comparative analysis comparing clinical results of AposTherapy® vs. clinical results of other treatment modalities for patients with knee OA.