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/

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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
 
 

174 Evidence Vs Consensus in Clinical Practice Guidelines


Brought to you by CSMi What is evidence without interpretation? For that matter, what exactly is evidence? Or interpretation? Can you make an evidence-based statement without a robust evidence base? Evidence vs Consensus in Clinical Practice...


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 2019-07-30  1h0m
 
 

173 Early Vs Delayed Surgery for FAI


Brought to you by CSMi A study shows that those with FAI who get surgery earlier do better than those who get surgery later. Does that mean patients should rush to surgery? Or is the reality more nuanced? Early Hip Arthroscopy for Femoroacetabular...


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 2019-07-23  1h0m
 
 

172 Patient Recall of Preop Symptoms


Brought to you by CSMi "How do you feel now compared to how you felt before surgery?" is a common question asked of patients? But how well do they remember? Are they accurate or do they overestimate or do they underestimate? What effects can...


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 2019-07-16  52m
 
 

171 Home-Based Exercise After THA


Brought to you by CSMi This episode is less about exercise programs after total hip arthroplasty and more about meticulous study design prior to data collection. We look at essentially having the paper written before the study begins - all you have...


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 2019-07-09  55m
 
 

170 Altering Patient Reported Outcomes Through Practice


Brought to you by CSMi Patient reported outcome measures (PROM) are commonly used to assess function in patients. But is that what they are actually measuring? Can we alter those scores in a meaningful way just through practicing the tasks mentioned...


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 2019-07-02  47m
 
 

169 Patient Understanding of Nonsurgical Interventions for Knee OA


Brought to you by CSMi What do patients believe about knee osteoarthritis and nonsurgical interventions? Where do they get these beliefs? Can we change these beliefs? Even if we do will that make a difference? Misconceptions and the Acceptance of...


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 2019-06-25  47m
 
 

168 Chronic Pain and Exercise


Brought to you by CSMi Exercise works for pain..but why? Probably not for the reasons that we think. Does it matter? What a silly question... Musculoskeletal pain and exercise-challenging existing paradigms and introducing new. Smith BE, Hendrick P,...


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 2019-06-18  1h2m
 
 

167 Internet-Based Information About Low Back Pain


Brought to you by CSMi What happens when you go onto the interwebs and search for information from the websites of reputable organizations (government, hospital, university, professional associations, etc)? Is it accurate? Who defines accurate? What...


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 2019-06-11  57m
 
 

166 Algorithm Based Treatment of Proximal Humerus Fractures


Brought to you by CSMi. Following an algorithm in medicine (and other high consequence professions) is shown to result in better outcomes. But isn't that just like following a cookbook? Or is it more about making sure that we don't miss things? ...


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 2019-06-04  47m