March – April 2015 – Interdivisional Collaboration 3: Osteoarthritis from Paediatrics to Seniors
In this issue, we explore opposite ends of the spectrum of chronic conditions; the more familiar conditions of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis affecting seniors and the perhaps less familiar end of the spectrum involving paediatric injuries that predispose these patients to osteoarthritis in later..
Report from Chair
CPA has announced several revitalizing changes to this years’ Congress, and with that, has changed our timetable for Symposium a tiny bit. Despite some transition “hiccups” we will continue to deliver a choice program, in a half-day format on June 21, 2015.
Osteochondritis Dessicans: The Knee
Q & A on Seniors Physiotherapy
The Impact of Sport-Related Knee Joint Injury on Young Adults’ Perspectives of Physical Activity and Osteoarthritis
IFOMT Report 2015
Assessment and Treatment of Knee Pain in the Child and Adolescent Athlete
Yi-Meng Yen, MD, PhD
Effects of whole body vibration on pain, stiffness and physical functions in patients with knee osteoarthritis: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Pu Wang1,2, Xiaotian Yang1,2, Yonghong Yang1,2, Lin Yang1,2, Yujing Zhou1,2, Chuan Liu1,2, Jan D Reinhardt3,4,5 and Chengqi He1,2
Perceived Value of Spinal Manipulative Therapy and Excercise Among Seniors with Chronic Neck Pain: A Mixed Methods Study
Michele Maiers, DC, MPH, Corrie Vihstadt, MOM, LAC, Linda Hanson, DC and Roni Evans, DC, MS, PhD
Sports Injuries in Young Athletes: Long- Term Outcome and Prevention Strategies
Nicola MaffuHi, MD, MS, PhD, FRCS(Orth); Umile Giuseppe Longo, MD; Filippo Spiezia, MD; Vincenzo Denaro, MD