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Articular Cartilage Repair Rehab, Functional Core Testing, Analyzing Research

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about performing quad sets after patellofemoral articular cartilage repair, how we test for functional core stability, and tips on how to carefully assess a research journal article. To view more episodes, subscribe, and ask your questions, go to mikereinold.com/askmikereinold.

 

#AskMikeReinold Episode 94: Articular Cartilage Repair Rehab, Functional Core Testing, Analyzing Research

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  1. Phil Page
    Phil Page says:

    Another great podcast. But I want to comment: Bias due to conflict of interest doesn’t automatically discredit a research article. It’s one factor of many you guys described (limitations, methodology, etc) that the reader needs to consider when interpreting the results. Disclosure of COI is the first step (which is often missed), but good science is good science….that’s the most important factor. The bigger problem is publication bias due to COI (when someone doesn’t publish unflattering results!) As an employee of a manufacturer, I make sure that our research is based on solid science and is published with or without supportive results. Remember that surgeons reporting great outcomes of their surgeries are also biased in their reporting :) And by the way, here’s the article that lists “predatory journals” you mentioned in the post : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28115073. Thanks guys!

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