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In Episode 32 we look at the effect of physical therapy on pain and function in patients with hip osteoarthritis. Is your knee-jerk reaction to get defensive? Let's explore the history of this question and what the science really says.
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In Episode 31 we look at biochemical markers of pain and stress after manipulations. Are these effects specific or merely objective? Does it need to do more than provide temporary analgesia?
In Episode 30 we look at the effects of therapeutic alliance on outcomes involving treatments with no known specific effects.
In Episode 29 we look at limited active knee flexion as a predictor of function after hamstring ACLR and comparing long term function of double- vs single-bundle ACLR.
In Episode 28 we discuss the differences between specific effects and objective changes - not the same thing. We also look at the following article on injury prevention programs.
This episode discusses dry needling and the difficulty in controlling for placebos. http://ptpodcast.com/pt-inquest/
This episode looks at the current research needs and the kinds of questions that should be answered.
Episode #25: MET for PFPS and Roller Massage Increasing ROM. For Links to the articles reviewed on this episode go to ptpodcast.com/pt-inquest
Episode #24: Gluteus Medius Repairs and Lumbopelvic Manip/KT in PFPS. For Links to the articles reviewed on this episode go to ptpodcast.com/pt-inquest
Episode #23: Arthroscopy in Knees with DJD and STarT Back Screening Tool. For links to the articles reviewed on this episode go to ptpodcast.com/pt-inquest