PT Inquest

PT Inquest is an online journal club. Hosted by Erik Meira and JW Matheson, the show looks at an article every week and discusses how they apply to current physical therapy practice.

http://ptpodcast.com/pt-inquest/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 52m. Bisher sind 192 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast
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184 Do PTs Follow Evidence Based Guidelines?


Brought to you by CMSi There has been some great work done regarding guidelines for many different musculoskeletal diagnoses, but do physical therapists follow them? How do they do compare to other medical professionals? We can always be better, but...


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   1h15m
 
 

183 Strength Training After ACLR


Brought to you by CSMi If you have listened to more than one episode of PT Inquest you will know that Erik thinks that quadriceps dysfunction is a major problem after ACLR. Assuming that you agree with that, are there interventions to address that...


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182 Early Fear Reduction For Back Pain


Brought to you by CSMi Providing accurate information on back pain seems to build confidence in the provider but doesn't seem to have a huge effect on outcomes. Is this really an improvement? In this episode, Erik and JW explore the role of the...


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181 Effects of PT Personality on Patient Outcomes


Brought to you by CSMi Patients have unique personalities, values, and circumstances but what about providers? Can the specific personality traits of the provider have an effect on outcomes? Is that a good thing? Or a bad thing? And what should we do...


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180 Lots of Ways to Prevent ACL Injuries


Brought to you by CSMi We can prevent ACL injuries!!! Or are we just reducing risk? Or both? How do these programs work? Does it matter what you do or do you just need to do something? A Majority of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries Can Be...


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 2019-09-10  1h0m
 
 

179 Conflicts of Interest


Brought to you by CSMi We are all aware of financial conflicts of interest. Their mechanisms for incentivizing towards inaccurate beliefs are known but can still be easy to fall for. But what about intellectual conflicts of interest? What if you job,...


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 2019-09-03  1h3m
 
 

178 Omitting Routine Radiographs After Wrist Fracture


Brought to you by CSMi Is more better? Would additional tests improve outcomes? How often do we look for things that may not actually make a difference? We explore these questions as we review this non-inferiority study on managing wrist fractures. ...


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 2019-08-27  53m
 
 

177 Predicting Return to Sport After FAI Surgery


Brought to you by CSMi You have an athlete with want appears to be FAIS and you want to know if they would be able to return to full sport after surgery. How would you know? Are there predictors before surgery? Are predictors for failure after surgery...


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 2019-08-20  51m
 
 

176 Predicting Outcomes With Meniscus Injuries


Brought to you by CSMi When you look at someone with a torn meniscus and some osteoarthritis, can you tell who would benefit from arthroscopy and who wouldn't? What about whether or not they would benefit from rehab? Would you be better than a coin...


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 2019-08-13  52m
 
 

Episode 175 Pain or No Pain During Hamstring Rehab Exercises


Brought to you by CSMi After acute hamstrings injury is it ok to push into pain during rehab? Would you actually get better results? If you didn't, why not? If you did, what would that mean? Join us as we look at loading up injured hamstrings with...


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 2019-08-06  1h12m