Nov-Dec 2016 – Injury 3 P’s: Prediction, Prognosis and Prevention
As orthopaedic physiotherapists we are all familiar with assessing an injury and working to return our patient to their previous level of function.
Report from Chair
I’m preparing this report during our Division Chairs Committee meetings in Toronto. At these fall meetings, we also meet jointly with CPA senior staff and Board. These meetings are certainly timely since it marries our current workflow in preparation for the New Year.
Is Stratified Care the Way of the Future or the Past?
Literature review supporting the “ArmLock” technique for the treatment of lateral epicondylitis
A 30 year old male athlete on the Canadian National Canoe Kayak Team who is in excellent health.
How reliable are Functional Movement Screening scores? A systematic review of rater reliability
Robert W Moran, 1,2 Anthony G Schneiders, 3 Katherine M Major, 1 S John Sullivan2
Predicting Injury: Challenges in Prospective Injury Risk Factor Identification
Daniel R. Clifton, MEd, ATC*; Dustin R. Grooms, PhD, ATC, CSCS, Jay Hertel, PhD, ATC, FNATA, FACSMS, James A. Onate, PhD, ATC, FNATA*