RN Poll: Alternative Medicine for Knee OA

The society guidelines are equivocal about the effectiveness of numerous interventions offered by non-physicians to relieve knee OA pain, such as acupuncture, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, and ultrasound. What's your experience?

Which of the following do you think is most likely to be effective for knee OA pain? (Choose one)

Acupuncture
Massage therapy
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
Balneotherapy (salt or mineral baths)
None of the above
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