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Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine is an international refereed journal published for clinicians with a primary interest in sports medicine practice. The journal publishes original research and reviews covering diagnostics, therapeutics, and rehabilitation in healthy and physically challenged individuals of all ages and levels of sport and exercise participation. The Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine is the official journal of: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine American Osteopath ...
 
The Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy brings you the JOSPT Insights podcast every Monday. On each episode, experienced clinicians and researchers unpack musculoskeletal rehabilitation topics in under 30 minutes. Guests share clinical tips and research discoveries with host Dr Clare Ardern, Editor-in-Chief of JOSPT. Sports physical therapists Dr Chelsea Cooman and Dr Dan Chapman are frequent co-hosts.
 
Sports medicine is a constantly evolving field, with hundreds of new articles published each month on the topic. This ever-growing wealth of information can make it challenging to stay updated on the newest approaches and techniques, and to know which data should actually change your practice. Join orthopedic surgeons, Dr. Catherine Logan and Dr. Ashley Bassett, as they chat about the most recent developments in sports medicine and dissect through all the noise. On each episode of The Sports ...
 
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CJSM has published the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) position statement on the responsible use of regenerative medicine in sports medicine. Two AMSSM members and authors of the statement, Kenneth Mautner, MD of Emory University and Shane Shapiro, MD of the Mayo Clinic, Florida join us to discuss.…
 
A young handball player walks into your clinic tomorrow—she tells you her shoulder pain is bad, and getting worse. What should she do? Sports physical therapist Suzanne Gard is here to help untangle shoulder instability. Tune in for tips on assessing and treating shoulder instability and building strong and supportive lines of communication with yo…
 
Dr Caitlin McGee is back for the second of a two-part episode to outline the challenges and opportunities for diversity and inclusion in esports. Like many industries, esports is grappling with a past that did not embrace the rich and diverse gaming community as much as it could have. How is change happening, and who is driving it? Dr McGee is the …
 
Welcome to The Sports Docs Podcast with Dr. Ashley Bassett and Dr. Catherine Logan. On each episode we chat about the most recent developments in sports medicine and dissect through all the noise so you know which literature should actually impact your practice. On today’s episode we’re focusing on blood flow restriction therapy or “BFR”. Blood flo…
 
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Dan Lorenz about his recent Current Clinical Concepts paper on Blood Flow Restriction. Article: https://bit.ly/39AKm8J Dan Lorenz, DPT, PT, ATC, CSCS is a sports medicine professional with 20 years of experience in a number of professional settings, including outpatient physical therapy, hospitals, Division 1 athletic…
 
Ease your way into the billion-dollar esports industry in this first of a two-part episode as Dr Caitlin McGee explains what esports are and the common musculoskeletal problems seen in gamers, then walks through how she approaches an initial clinical evaluation. Dr McGee is the co-owner and Performance & Esports Medicine Director of 1HP, a company …
 
Our guest is Jessica Orchard, PhD, the lead author on a new study published in the September 2021 CJSM -- Cardiovascular Screening of Elite Athletes by Sporting Organizations in Australia: A Survey of Chief Medical Officers
 
Coracoclavicular (CC) ligament reconstruction is a commonly performed procedure for high-grade acromioclavicular (AC) joint separations. Although distal clavicle and coracoid process fractures represent potential complications, they have been described in only case reports and small case series. In conclusion, fracture of the distal clavicle or cor…
 
Five articles from the October 2021 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to sele…
 
Dr Marcie Harris-Hayes joins Drs Dan Chapman and Chelsea Cooman to share her extensive knowledge of hip-related groin pain. We dive into 3 of her papers to get to the bottom of 3 important questions: What counts as hip-related groin pain? Can physical therapy help? Which treatment interventions are most effective for improving function?…
 
Dr. Kara Radzak discusses recent updates in sport-related concussion assessment and rehabilitation with Dr. Abigail Bretzin, Dr. Jaclyn Caccese, and Dr. Justin Karr. Dr. Abigail Bretzin is a certified athletic trainer (AT) and a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Pennsylvania in the Penn Injury Science Center. She is a collaborative …
 
2021 has been a big year for trials studying the benefits of different approaches to rehabilitation for rotator cuff–related shoulder pain. Keeping up with the latest research can feel a bit like chasing your tail—today, Professor Lori Michener is here to help! We look at the latest research, explain what it all means, and how to apply it tomorrow …
 
Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the article "Lower Extremity Movement Quality Does Not Moderate Internal Training Load Response of Male Collegiate Soccer Athletes" authored by Tara Condon, MS, ATC and colleagues. Article: https://bit.ly/2YxJT4FBy The Journal of Athletic Training
 
The long-term outcomes of single- versus double-row fixation in arthroscopic rotator cuff repair are not currently known. In conclusion, a statistically significant (but likely not clinically important) difference in WORC scores was seen at 10-year follow-up in favor of double-row fixation. Between baseline and 10-year follow-up, a decrease in most…
 
Five articles from the September 2021 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to se…
 
On today’s episode we’re focusing on return to play after various orthopedic injuries: what factors influence the timing of return, what criteria are used to determine clearance and how this all differs between sports. We’re joined today by Dr. Robin West, Chairman of Inova Sports Medicine and head team physician for the Washington Nationals. Dr. W…
 
Join Kate Mahony—sports physical therapist and Head of Performance Health at the New South Wales Institute of Sport—for a post-Olympics wrap-up of the achievements and advocacy of women athletes, clinicians and coaches in sport. Kate shares her tips for supporting women athletes to help them perform at their best and her advice for clinicians who a…
 
Welcome to The Sports Docs Podcast with Dr. Ashley Bassett and Dr. Catherine Logan. On each episode we chat about the most recent developments in sports medicine and dissect through all the noise so you know which literature should actually impact your practice. On today’s episode we’re focusing on return to play after various orthopedic injuries: …
 
Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the articles Epidemiology of Injuries in National Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Soccer: 2014–2015 Through 2018–2019 and Epidemiology of Injuries in National Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Cross Country: 2014–2015 Through 2018–2019 by Dr. Avinash Chandran and colleagues. This article was featured in the…
 
Can you tell a bone stress reaction from a stress fracture? What is safe cross-training for the athlete with bone stress injury? Dr Stuart Warden returns with Drs Chelsea Cooman and Dan Chapman to map out key principles for rehabilitation of low-risk bone stress injuries: (1) manage load, (2) consider healing supplements, (3) maintain fitness, (4) …
 
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Avinash Chandran and Dr. Randy Cohen about the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Injury Surveillance Program and the recent thematic issue of the Journal of Athletic Training on NCAA injury epidemiology. Dr. Avinash Chandran joined the Datalys Center in January 2020 as the Director of the NCAA Injury Sur…
 
Can you tell a bone stress reaction from a stress fracture? What is safe cross-training for the athlete with bone stress injury? Dr Stuart Warden joins Drs Chelsea Cooman and Dan Chapman to map out the key principles for rehabilitation of low-risk bone stress injuries: (1) manage load, (2) consider healing supplements, (3) maintain fitness, (4) add…
 
Although blood flow restriction (BFR) is becoming increasingly popular in physical therapy and athletic training settings, little is known about the effects of BFR combined with low-intensity exercise (LIX) on muscles proximal to the site of occlusion. In conclusion, combined BFR-LIX may yield greater increases in shoulder and arm lean mass, streng…
 
Five articles from the August 2021 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to selec…
 
Delivering quality musculoskeletal rehabilitation practice is a balancing act of art and science. Dr Jason Beneciuk, physical therapist and clinical research scientist at Brooks Rehabilitation and University of Florida, understands the challenges—and he’s here to offer practical solutions. Find the article "What does best practice care for musculos…
 
Concussion can loom as an intimidating and daunting challenge—there’s much to consider from headaches to heart rates, vision to vestibular function. Dr Kathryn Schneider is at the front line of clinical practice and research in return-to-sport after concussion. Today, she shares her tips to help the JOSPT community feel confident, not confused, abo…
 
With Roberto Lang & Karima Addetia, University of Chicago Medicine, Chicago - USA Link to European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging paper Link to European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging editorialBy European Society of Cardiology
 
Dr Tracy Blake joins us from a pre-Olympics training camp to give us an inside look at how she and her high-performance team have supported Canada’s men’s volleyball team to reach Tokyo in peak condition. Lockdowns, travel bubbles, COVID tests, and long stints living out of a suitcase: the life of a pandemic-era team physical therapist.…
 
Dr Todd Davenport joins Drs Chelsea Cooman and Dan Chapman to share the headlines from the fresh, updated clinical practice guideline (CPG) for lateral ankle sprains and chronic ankle instability. We discuss the advantages of prophylactic bracing, how ankle dorsiflexion influences mechanics, the importance of neurodynamic control, and why ice is no…
 
Dr. Lizzie Elder interviews Dr. Chris Kuenze about the use of wearable technology to track patient outcomes after ACL reconstruction as well as his recent paper "Feasibility of a Wearable-Based Physical Activity Goal-Setting Intervention Among Individuals With Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction." Article Link: https://bit.ly/3j5KgM6 Dr. Chri…
 
How many times have you reached for the explanation that pain hurts when the brain concludes that the body’s tissues need protecting from an external threat? Specialist clinician and pain educator Laura Rathbone wants to challenge the nociception view of pain and invite clinicians to cultivate a philosophy of pain. For more, check out these links: …
 
Recent studies have demonstrated equivalent short-term results when comparing arthroscopic versus open anterior shoulder stabilization. However, none have evaluated the long-term clinical outcomes of patients after arthroscopic or open anterior shoulder stabilization, with inclusion of an assessment of preoperative glenoid tracking. In conclusion, …
 
Five articles from the July 2021 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to select …
 
Quality musculoskeletal rehabilitation covers more than whether the athlete can run, jump, and land without pain or swelling. But how comfortable do you designing a rehabilitation program to train the brain as well as the body? Ohio University’s Dustin Grooms explains how to harness neuroscience in your sports injury rehabilitation programs and sha…
 
Dr. Donovan summarizes "Reliability and Validity of a Clinical Assessment Tool for Measuring Scapular Motion in All 3 Anatomical Planes" by Oliver A. Silverson, MS, ATC; Nicole G. Lemaster, PhD, ATC, CES; Carolyn M. Hettrich, MD, MPH; Nicholas R. Heebner, PhD, ATC; Tim L. Uhl, PhD, ATC, PT Article: https://bit.ly/3j8Bgpu…
 
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