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Physical-therapy-first approach may effectively treat acute back, neck pain

Physical-therapy-first approach may effectively treat acute back, neck pain
September 14, 2018
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At Issue: Chronic low back pain

Orthopedics Today, September 2018
Dil V. Patel, BS; Benjamin Khechen, BA; Kern Singh, MD; Dennis E. Enix, DC, MBA; Nickul Jain, MD; John C. Liu, MD; Heidi Prather, DO
A study in The Spine Journal recently looked at spinal manipulation and mobilization to manage chronic low back pain and its findings were met with mixed reactions…
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Interest expands as wearable technology advances

Orthopedics Today, July 2018
Researchers showed interest in the assessment of physical activity through step counters as early as the 1960s, but the practice was not accepted as scientific research…
Meeting News

Education, strength training important for return to sport after ACL reconstruction

June 7, 2018
BOULDER, Colo. — In a presentation at the International Extreme Sports Medicine Congress, John A. Nyland, ATC, EdD, PT, discussed factors athletes should focus on…
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Feature Article

Medical Management of Fragility Fractures of the Distal Radius

Orthopedics, December/January 2014, Volume 37 Issue 12
Fragility fractures of the distal radius represent an opportunity to diagnose and treat osteoporosis before further…
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CME

Operative Management Options for Traumatic Anterior Shoulder Instability in Patients Younger Than 30 Years: September 2015

Anterior instability of the glenohumeral joint is a relatively common problem in the young population. Identification…
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American Society for the Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting

American Society for the Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting

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Pediatric physical therapist talks emerging trends in treatment and rehabilitation of ACL injuries

October 23, 2014
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