Welcome to Sports Med Res’ this week in review podcast where we highlight the news in sports medicine research from the week ending on February 4, 2022. This week’s podcast focused on the use of humor in clinical practice.
* Clowning Around at the Office. The Impact of Clown Intervention for Pain Relief
* Have No Fear Psychologically Based Rehabilitation Programs Are Here
* COVID Recovery Might Need Injury Prevention Training!
* Exercise Medicine and Physical Activity Promotion: Core Curricula for US Medical Schools, Residencies and Sports Medicine Fellowships
* Role of Occupational Therapy in Pain Management
* 2022 Bern Consensus Statement on Shoulder Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Return to Sport for Athletes at All Participation Levels
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People with persistent concussion symptoms and fear or endurance (pushing through the pain) coping behaviors could benefit from psychological-based rehabilitation programs such as graded exposure therapy.
“This new position statement from the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) describes occupational therapy’s role in pain management.”
2022 Bern Consensus Statement on Shoulder Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Return to Sport for Athletes at All Participation Levels
Japanese Orthopaedic Association (JOA) clinical practice guidelines on the management of lateral epicondylitis of the humerus – Secondary publication
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Position Statement on the Care of the Athlete and Athletic Person With Diabetes