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Easy Ways to Keep Up with Research and Upper Extremity Functional Tests

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about some tips to not get overwhelmed with all the available research and still remain current, and we discuss the use of upper body functional tests and how valid they are for return to play. To view more episodes, subscribe, and ask your questions, go to mikereinold.com/askmikereinold.

 

#AskMikeReinold Episode 144: Easy Ways to Keep Up with Research and Upper Extremity Functional Tests

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6 replies
  1. J Blake
    J Blake says:

    Are paid articles just as good as open access articles? When do you feel it’s worth it to pay for access to an article?

    • Mike Reinold
      Mike Reinold says:

      Honestly paid articles are often better! But I don’t understand why they cost so much. I would recommend you find a student or college connection that you can use their online library access. If you google, there are other options too, like ResearchGate and Sci-Hub. I’m not recommending either, just saying… :)

  2. Phil page
    Phil page says:

    My recommendation: Sign up for TOC alerts with the key journals you mentioned. I also do Pubmed & Google Scholar keyword alerts

    and LM… Why not an IJSPT callout for our AASPT members?

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