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Learn more about/Buy Erik’s new course – Foundations of Practice Support us on the Patreons! In this episode we talk about the mechanisms proposed in the literature regarding the effects of exercise on chronic low back pain. Why is exercise prescribed for people with chronic low back pain? A review of the mechanisms of benefit proposed by clinical …
 
Support us on the Patreons! Changes are coming! We want to have YOU on the show! It’s very simple, just fill out this online form and let us know your idea. In this episode we discuss an article that randomized osteochondroplasty in hip arthroscopy patients. Osteochondroplasty and labral repair for the treatment of young adults with femoroacetabula…
 
Support us on the Patreons! Did you see that Lancet article that says that all the world needs the rehabs?! So did we! Does this mean physical therapists are going to be swimming in business/money in the future? Or that we need to get a whole lot more efficient in what we do? Also, is this the end of PT Inquest??? [dramatic music] Global estimates …
 
Support us on Patreon! On this episode we chat with James Heathers from the Everything Hertz podcast. We talk about his new job in the physical therapy world working for Cipher Skin and discuss some of the ways that the published literature has gone astray. PSYCHOLOGY. Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science. Open Science Collaborat…
 
Support us on Patreon! How do patients engage with pain medications? How much of this is influenced by their medical providers? How do we make sure that patients are in more control of their pain? Does this article really provide a good faith exploration of these issues? Can We Eliminate Opioid Medications for Postoperative Pain Control? A Prospect…
 
Support us on Patreon! The literature around dry needling has some...issues...to say the least. But is it just dry needling? Or is this common around other PT interventions? How should we investigate some of these ideas? Should some of them be investigated at all? Join us along with study author Giovanni Ferreira to find out more! Dry Needling Comb…
 
Support us on Patreon! What does it take for an athlete to change direction? Does it matter how fast they are going? What about the angle of cut? What implications does this have for athletes who are returning to sport after injury? Listen in to our discussion on all things change of direction with special guest Richard Clarke! Richard Clarke can b…
 
Support us on Patreon! Systemic racism is a topic that we have covered before on PT Inquest, but it has recently become the focus of worldwide attention. In this episode, we talked with Tim Vidale and Deidra Debnam from the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy's (AASPT) Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee to discuss some of the …
 
We are bringing back the "Extrasodes"! They were a thing we used to do in 2014... In this Extrasode, Erik reads his post Brave New Profession that he wrote right after the COVID-19 lockdowns. It lays out a reimagining of who we are and how we should be reimbursed as professionals. Intro music for PT Inquest Extrasode is Take a Chance by Kevin MacLe…
 
In this episode we go back to reviewing articles. We discuss the differences in therapist perceptions and patient perceptions of care, specifically in regards to telehealth. Are we more dissatisfied than our patients? Therapeutic Alliance Between Physical Therapists and Patients With Knee Osteoarthritis Consulting Via Telephone: A Longitudinal Stud…
 
Support us on Patreon! In this episode JW and Erik talk about what it means to be a PT practicing, or not practicing, during this COVID-19 pandemic. There is discussion about social responsibility, immunity, disease spread, and the luxury of quarantining yourself in a submarine at the bottom of Lake Michigan. This episode is NOT available for conti…
 
Available for CEU credit!!! Click here! The concepts of Envelope of Function and Physical Stress Theory are very useful in rehabilitation applications. We review these constructs and give ideas for use in the clinic. Reference List Dye SF. The Knee as a Biologic Transmission With an Envelope of Function: A Theory. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related …
 
Available for CEU credit!!! Click here! Our understanding of the ACL, it's related pathophysiology, surgical strategies, and postoperative rehabilitation has an interesting history. We take a tour of the history and interview a couple guests who lived it. Reference List Chambat P, Guier C, Sonnery-Cottet B, Fayard JM, Thaunat M. The evolution of AC…
 
Brought to you by CSMi In this episode we review an article about causal fallacies but, more importantly, changes are coming in 2020 to PT Inquest! Tune in to hear all about it. Also, PATREON!!! Core stability and low-back pain: a causal fallacy. Open Science Collaboration. J Exerc Rehabil. 2019 Jun 30;15(3):493-495. doi: 10.12965/jer.1938198.099. …
 
Brought to you by CSMi. In this episode we are joined by Dan Quintana from the Everything Hertz podcast to discuss reproducibility and improving science. We even talk a little about the "love hormone"! PSYCHOLOGY. Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science. Open Science Collaboration. Science. 2015 Aug 28;349(6251):aac4716. doi: 10.112…
 
Brought to you by CSMi So we're not the best with chronic nonspecific low back pain. We also tend to underload our patients in general. Maybe if we increased the intensity of our exercises, we would be more effective with chronic nonspecific low back pain. Well, at least we can test it! Exercise Intensity Matters in Chronic Nonspecific Low Back Pai…
 
Brought to you by CSMi Clinical depression is a very real part of many of our patients' lives. As a matter of fact, our current understanding of many commonly treated PT diagnoses suggests that clinical depression may be a huge driver of symptoms. How do we identify it in our patients? Assuming we can do that, what do we do about it once we identif…
 
Brought to you by CSMi Everyone wants to succeed and no one wants to fail. Is failure so bad? Can we even have success without failure? How can we learn to embrace failure to get the greatest knowledge? A celebration of failure. Loscalzo J. Circulation. 2014 Mar 4;129(9):953-5. doi: 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.114.009220. The other article that Erik men…
 
Brought to you by CSMi One of the most important components of ethical healthcare is patient education. A fully informed patient makes everything easier later during the care. But that includes educated on the good and the bad. Sometimes "being hopeful" can actually be a disservice. "Doctor, What Happens After My Meniscectomy?" Smith JH, Houck DA, …
 
Brought to you by CSMi Cognitive Functional Therapy for the win! Or is it? Are these differences in effect sizes from a simple group program big enough to get excited about? What else could be at play here? Chronic low back pain is hard... Cognitive functional therapy compared with a group-based exercise and education intervention for chronic low b…
 
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