Articles related toMusculoskeletal Medicine and Pain

Use of person-centered language in obesity-related publications across sports medicine journals: a systematic review of adherence to person-centered language guidelines in sports medicine

Jason Webb, BA; Kaylee Mach, BS; Trey Gooch, BS; Arjun Reddy, BS; Michael Anderson, DO; Jeremy Scott, DO; Jake Checketts, DO; Lance Walker, DO; and Micah Hartwell, PhD
The authors' primary objective was to determine if person-centered language guidelines specific to obesity have been properly followed in the top 10 sports medicine journals.
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The association of folate deficiency with clinical and radiological severity of knee osteoarthritis

Majid Abedi, MD; Hasan Mollashahi Javan, MD; Asal Khosravi, MD; Reza Rohani, MD; and Ghasem Mohammadsharifi, MD
This study aimed to assess the association of folate deficiency with the clinical and radiological severity of knee osteoarthritis.
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Effect of osteopathic manipulative treatment and Bio-Electro-Magnetic Energy Regulation (BEMER) therapy on generalized musculoskeletal neck pain in adults

Genevieve M. Palmer, BS; Nicholas Dominick, DO, PharmD; Melissa Kane, DO, MBS; Sawyer Bawek, DO; Blake Burch, DO, PharmD; Taylor Sanders, MS; Davong Phrathep, MS; Nicole Myers, DO, MS; and Santiago Lorenzo, PhD, MS, MS
The objectives of this study are to investigate the individual and combined effects of osteopathic manipulative treatment and Bio-Electro-Magnetic Energy Regulation (BEMER) therapy on neck pain in adults.
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Increased circulating microRNA-21 level as a potential indicator for predicting a higher risk of incident fragility fractures

Zhen-Xing Si, MD; Shi-Feng Zhou, MD; Zi-Long Shen, MD; and Jing-Long Yan, MD
The authors aimed to investigate the association between miR-21 levels and the presence of fragility fractures.
J Osteopath Med; 124(3): 121-125

Social determinants of health in patients with arthritis: a cross-sectional analysis of the 2017 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

Jason Webb, BA; Ryan Emmert, BS; Arjun Reddy, BS; Nicholas B. Sajjadi, DO; Ben Greiner, DO; Natasha Bray, DO; and Micah Hartwell, PhD
The authors' primary objective was to analyze the implications of social determinants of health on disease severity relating to pain levels and limitations experienced among people with diagnosed arthritis.
J Osteopath Med; 124(2): 69-75

Association between steroid use and concussions among high school athletes: a cross-sectional analysis of the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System

Kennedy Sherman, MHA; Phillip Tyree, BS; Alicia Ito Ford, PhD; Anna Mazur, PhD; Douglas Nolan, DO; and Micah Hartwell, PhD
This study aims to investigate steroid use trends in high school athletes and to determine whether there is an association between steroid use and concussions in these athletes.
J Osteopath Med; 124(1): 27-34

Ultrasound-guided injection through the rotator cuff interval: a clinical perspective of one institution’s results and description of technique

Nahum M. Beard, MD, CAQSM; Luke Beggs, PhD, MD; William G. Murphy, MD; Margaret Knack, RN, BSN, MS, CCRP; Owen Golden, MS, ATC; and William Ross, MD
The purpose of this study was to present a standardized technique of ultrasound-guided injection into the glenohumeral joint utilizing the rotator cuff interval in magnetic resonance imaging arthrography and to report one medical group’s experience with the technique.
J Osteopath Med; 123(12): 571-576

Retrospective analysis of robotic unicompartmental and total knee arthroplasties: patient demographics and outcomes

Alyssa M. Kendrick, BSN; Jill M. Carter, BS; Nathan Gregg, BS; Sarah C. MacNeill, MS, PAC; and Mark E. Gittins, DO, FAOAO
The aims of this study are to: (1) analyze adverse outcomes from robotic-assisted knee arthroplasty and its relation to sex, BMI, and age; and (2) explore any possible differences in outcomes among robotic-assisted unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA) and robotic-assisted total knee arthroplasty (TKA).
J Osteopath Med; 124(1): 21-25

Educational intervention promotes injury prevention adherence in club collegiate men’s lacrosse athletes

Steven P. Gawrys, BS; Westin J. Wong, BS; Lawsen M. Parker, BS; Justin T. Bradshaw, BS; Evan G. Starr, BS; and Ben Wilde, DO
The objective of this study was to determine whether a brief educational intervention given to club collegiate athletes would affect injury rates, perceived pain, and compliance toward injury prevention practices.
J Osteopath Med; 123(11): 537-541

The process and outcomes of chronic low back pain treatment provided by osteopathic and allopathic physicians: a retrospective cohort study

John C. Licciardone, DO, MS, MBA, FACPM; Joel Kellerlee, BS; Matthew Joseph, MS; Moath B. Mohammad, BS; Kelly G. Kim, BS; Jyotirmaya Jain, BS; and Subhash Aryal, PhD
The objectives of this study were to measure and compare the process and longitudinal outcomes of chronic low back pain treatment provided by osteopathic and allopathic physicians and to identify mediators of the treatment effects of osteopathic medical care.
J Osteopath Med; 123(8): 385-394