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New from & co. What makes a great clinical trial?
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Chris Maher Aug 8
And we know, at least for neck pain, it makes no difference if you use manip vs mob. For LBP I am unaware of robust data on this issue.
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JOSPT Aug 6
New in August 2020: Dry Needling Combined With Guideline-Based Physical Therapy Provides No Added Benefit in the Management of Chronic Neck Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial
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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health Aug 7
Immediate surgical stabilisation of scaphoid fractures no better than cast followed by surgical fixation if non-union was confirmed. Hopefully this important trial will help reduce overuse of surgery for scaphoid fractures.
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PEDro Aug 6
PEDro now contains 10,000+ systematic reviews
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Giovanni Ferreira Aug 6
Dry Needling Combined With Guideline-Based Physical Therapy Provides No Added Benefit in the Management of Chronic Neck Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial
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Marina Pinheiro Aug 5
Thrilled to receive funding from to co-design and evaluate a transition exercise program to support long lasting exercise participation for people with MSK conditions!
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Gustavo Machado Aug 4
I’ll be the 6th to talk in 2min about the impact of my research. Come and join us
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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health Aug 4
NEWS A team led by and Andrew Wood has won a Implementation Grant to support exercise participation after discharge for patients with MSK conditions! Congratulations team 👏👏
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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health Aug 3
More new stuff from this week! Emergency department care for low back pain: Should we adopt recommendations from primary care guidelines? et al discuss here 👇👇
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Giovanni Ferreira Aug 2
Deprescribing of opioids in chronic non-cancer pain: A systematic review. Amazing work led by highlights the challenges with deprescribing opioids. In a nutshell: most interventions are not delivering what they promise.
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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health Aug 2
📢📢New publication from : a systematic review on opioid deprescribing interventions. Still limited evidence on the best strategy.
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Chris Maher Jul 31
Thanks. We had a great team on that paper. Adam Elshaug has written some great stuff eg Lancet Right Care Series
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Cathie Sherrington Jul 31
Health professionals: let’s practice what we preach and support this initiative!
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Marina Pinheiro Jul 30
I am speaking soon at SydMSK 4th Annual Scientific Virtual Meeting, 2020 on our review on physical activity and osteoporosis prevention on older people: ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Cathie Sherrington Jul 30
Great that ’s important PhD work showing benefits of exercise in people with PTSD is still getting noticed.
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ANZ Falls Prevention Jul 29
Our president presented this morning at the Sydney Musculoskeletal Bone & Joint Health Alliance Virtual Meeting - for : implementation at scale?
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Cathie Sherrington Jul 30
Excellent contribution ! Urgent need to avoid the second decondioning pandemic while we try to keep people safe from the primary pandemic.
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Cathie Sherrington Jul 29
Mask up but look down. See our tip sheet on safe mobility while wearing masks. Our Melbourne colleagues report seeing some near misses and needing to take care themselves due to the impact of masks on peripheral vision. This is not at all an anti mask message.
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Cathie Sherrington Jul 29
Mask up but look down. Advice on our website on avoiding falls while wearing masks. Masks a key strategy in COVID-19 control but let’s try to avoid additional falls.
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