Monthly Archives: December 2017

  1. Evidence-Based Practice: the WHAT Brain vs the WHY Brain

    Evidence-Based Practice: the WHAT Brain vs the WHY Brain

    The Evidence-Based Practice Debate – the WHAT brain and the WHY brain. In physical therapy (and likely all medicine), I can’t think of anything more agreeable, yet aggressively confrontational than the Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) conversation. The term and principles – completely agreeable. But applying it to treatment X, Y, Z – utterly polarizing. Initially, these affable professional conversations morph into uncompromising rhetoric, ultimately polarizing a topic
  2. JOURNAL CLUB - Spinal and peripheral dry needling versus peripheral dry needling alone among individuals with a history of lateral ankle sprain : a randomized controlled trial

    JOURNAL CLUB - Spinal and peripheral dry needling versus peripheral dry needling alone among individuals with a history of lateral ankle sprain : a randomized controlled trial

    Check out the full text for this December 2017 IJSPT clinical trial here- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC57174..