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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165 Manipulation Effects On Cervical Radiculopathy


Brought to you by CSMi Doing a manipulation on the thoracic spine may help people with cervical radiculopathy but there are a lot of questions to answer here. This paper has an odd presentation of the data and generates concerns when looking at the...


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 2019-05-27  50m
 
 

164 Diversity in Orthopedics


Brought to you by CSMi Is there a lack of diversity in orthopedics? Is improving diversity around gender the same challenge as improving diversity around race? Why are some areas of medicine improving while others are still having issues? In this...


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 2019-05-21  1h14m
 
 

163 ACL, Obesity, Causation, and YOU!


Brought to you by CSMi Does the weight of an athlete matter when considering how much force they can handle? Is obesity the cause of disease or just something else that was caused by the cause of disease; whatever that actually is? Here we take a look...


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 2019-05-14  53m
 
 

162 PRP vs Placebo for Patellar Tendinopathy


Brought to you by CSMi In previous episodes we have talked about many issues around biologics research. This article takes an honest look at PRP for patellar tendinopathy by including two different preparations AND a placebo group. How did it turn...


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 2019-05-07  1h0m
 
 

161 Counteracting Health Misinformation


Brought to you by CSMi There is a lot of health misinformation out there from simple "wellness" advice to anti-vaccination zealots, but what do we as medical providers do about it? Is it time to wage war? How high are the stakes? How do we make a...


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 2019-04-30  1h0m
 
 

160 Hips, Knees, or Do Whatever for PFP


There are studies that show that a hip focused exercise program helps for PFP; there are others that show that a knee focused exercise program also works. Is one better than the other? What about just doing ANY kind of exercise? This study takes a...


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 2019-04-23  59m
 
 

159 Being a Medical Conservative


"You hate on everything! What do you even do with your patients? Why so negative?" We've heard it all before, and so have the authors of this paper. This open source article explores and defends the position of being skeptic within the medical world. ...


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 2019-04-16  53m
 
 

158 Knee Function 6 Months After ACLR


Brought to you by CSMi Historically is has been typical to expect to return from an ACL reconstruction around 6 months after surgery. We know know that such suggestions are not very well founded. What can a study with over 3500 subjects tell us about...


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 2019-04-09  44m
 
 

157 Rate of Torque Development and Knee Osteoarthritis


Brought to you by CSMi When we say that a patient is "strong", what does that mean exactly? Can a single muscle do well on one strength test but poorly on another? Are some tests more "functional"? Sometimes it is less about IF they are strong and...


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 2019-04-02  46m
 
 

01April Importance of the Subjective Experience of a Stroke Survivor


In this episode we swap podcast feeds in order to confuse the crap out of you and see if anyone reads the show notes. Hint: Take a look at the release date. For real, listen to the episode though. More info at https://www.ptpintcast.com/  


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 2019-04-01  17m