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February 2017: one year of the first ‘digitally born’ orthopaedic sports medicine journal

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 2, issue 1. Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue. To read the full issue: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/2/1.

5 MIN2017 FEB 15
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February 2017: one year of the first ‘digitally born’ orthopaedic sports medicine journal

November 2016: a more conservative approach to surgery?

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 1, issue 6. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/6 Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue, including the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Prof. Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which touches upon the idea that “less is more”, and that for some clinical conditions, conservative treatment may be more beneficial than surgery. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/6/303. Additional topics include proprioception after tibial remnant-sparing ACL reconstruction, current concepts of taping and bracing to prevent ankle sprains, OCD of the elbow, and a review of Arciero's article (1994) on arthroscopic Bankart repair versus non-operative treatment for acute, initial anterior shoulder dislocations.

6 MIN2016 NOV 28
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November 2016: a more conservative approach to surgery?

September 2016: treating patellofemoral arthritis, more trials needed

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 1, issue 5. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/5 Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue, including the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Prof. Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which focuses on the debate between patellofemoral arthroplasty (PFA) vs. total knee arthroplasty (TKA) for patellofemoral arthritis. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/5/239 Additional topics include cartilage restoration in the hip, state of the art in hip arthroscopy, and state of the art in anatomic PCL reconstruction.

6 MIN2016 SEP 30
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September 2016: treating patellofemoral arthritis, more trials needed

July 2016: physical inactivity versus Osteoarthritis, the benefits of an active life

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 1, issue 4. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/4 Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue, including the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Prof. Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which focuses on the diathesis between increased physical activity that might cause the typical “wear and tear” of osteoarthritis as it contrasts to the health benefits of physical exercise, including those benefits to the joints. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/4/183 Other topics include neuromuscular balance training to prevent ankle sprains, state of the art reviews on knee osteoarthritis and stress fractures in football (soccer), and a review of the classic 1908 article by Stieda in which the post-traumatic Pellegrini-Stieda lesion on the medial aspect of the knee was first described.

6 MIN2016 AUG 1
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July 2016: physical inactivity versus Osteoarthritis, the benefits of an active life

June 2016: arthroscopic meniscectomy. To operate or not to operate?

Welcome to the podcast summary of JISAKOS Volume 1, Issue 3. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/3?current-issue=y. Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, provides a quick summary of issue highlights, including the Editorial by Professor Niek van Dijk, which focuses on arthroscopic meniscectomy and how it remains one of the most common orthopaedic surgery procedures despite the known risk of osteoarthritis in the long-term. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/3/123. The podcast also summarises this issue’s systematic reviews on treatment of asymptomatic meniscal tears in the setting of ACL reconstruction and another on the association between Hill-Sachs lesions and glenohumeral instability recurrence. There are two state of the art reviews including one on the diagnosis and treatment of anterior knee pain led by Dr. John Fulkerson and another on extra-articular procedures for the ACL-deficient knee, led by Professor Philippe Neyret.

7 MIN2016 JUN 20
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June 2016: arthroscopic meniscectomy. To operate or not to operate?

March 2016: why is sharing knowledge in orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine so important?

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 1, issue 2. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/2 Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue, including the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which focus on the concept of collaboration and intellectual exchange in orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/2/61 The podcast also summarises this issue’s systematic reviews on the effect of ACL reconstruction in youth athletes on return to sport, and notch morphology as a risk factor for ACL injury. State of the art reviews on anterior ankle arthroscopy and articular cartilage solutions for the knee are also presented, along with insight on “The Classic” from John Feagin and Walton Curl (1976) on the 5-year follow-up of the repair of the isolated tear of the anterior cruciate ligament.

8 MIN2016 MAY 10
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March 2016: why is sharing knowledge in orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine so important?

Journal of ISAKOS first podcast

Welcome to the inaugural issue of JISAKOS. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/1. Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, focuses on the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which describes the current orthopaedic sports medicine landscape and the journal's mission. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/1/1. The podcast also summarises the reviews on acute ACL reconstruction (ACLR) damage compared to delayed or non-operative treatment in children and adolescents under age 18 and all the up-to-date evidence related to knee osteoarthritis (OA) after revision ACL. Both must reads for any orthopedic surgeon performing ACL or PCL reconstruction. Early ACL reconstruction in children leads to less meniscal and articular cartilage damage when compared with conservative or delayed treatment: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/1/10. Revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction does not prevent progression in one out o...

6 MIN2016 APR 7
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Journal of ISAKOS first podcast
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Latest Episodes

February 2017: one year of the first ‘digitally born’ orthopaedic sports medicine journal

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 2, issue 1. Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue. To read the full issue: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/2/1.

5 MIN2017 FEB 15
Comments
February 2017: one year of the first ‘digitally born’ orthopaedic sports medicine journal

November 2016: a more conservative approach to surgery?

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 1, issue 6. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/6 Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue, including the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Prof. Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which touches upon the idea that “less is more”, and that for some clinical conditions, conservative treatment may be more beneficial than surgery. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/6/303. Additional topics include proprioception after tibial remnant-sparing ACL reconstruction, current concepts of taping and bracing to prevent ankle sprains, OCD of the elbow, and a review of Arciero's article (1994) on arthroscopic Bankart repair versus non-operative treatment for acute, initial anterior shoulder dislocations.

6 MIN2016 NOV 28
Comments
November 2016: a more conservative approach to surgery?

September 2016: treating patellofemoral arthritis, more trials needed

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 1, issue 5. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/5 Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue, including the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Prof. Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which focuses on the debate between patellofemoral arthroplasty (PFA) vs. total knee arthroplasty (TKA) for patellofemoral arthritis. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/5/239 Additional topics include cartilage restoration in the hip, state of the art in hip arthroscopy, and state of the art in anatomic PCL reconstruction.

6 MIN2016 SEP 30
Comments
September 2016: treating patellofemoral arthritis, more trials needed

July 2016: physical inactivity versus Osteoarthritis, the benefits of an active life

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 1, issue 4. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/4 Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue, including the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Prof. Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which focuses on the diathesis between increased physical activity that might cause the typical “wear and tear” of osteoarthritis as it contrasts to the health benefits of physical exercise, including those benefits to the joints. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/4/183 Other topics include neuromuscular balance training to prevent ankle sprains, state of the art reviews on knee osteoarthritis and stress fractures in football (soccer), and a review of the classic 1908 article by Stieda in which the post-traumatic Pellegrini-Stieda lesion on the medial aspect of the knee was first described.

6 MIN2016 AUG 1
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July 2016: physical inactivity versus Osteoarthritis, the benefits of an active life

June 2016: arthroscopic meniscectomy. To operate or not to operate?

Welcome to the podcast summary of JISAKOS Volume 1, Issue 3. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/3?current-issue=y. Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, provides a quick summary of issue highlights, including the Editorial by Professor Niek van Dijk, which focuses on arthroscopic meniscectomy and how it remains one of the most common orthopaedic surgery procedures despite the known risk of osteoarthritis in the long-term. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/3/123. The podcast also summarises this issue’s systematic reviews on treatment of asymptomatic meniscal tears in the setting of ACL reconstruction and another on the association between Hill-Sachs lesions and glenohumeral instability recurrence. There are two state of the art reviews including one on the diagnosis and treatment of anterior knee pain led by Dr. John Fulkerson and another on extra-articular procedures for the ACL-deficient knee, led by Professor Philippe Neyret.

7 MIN2016 JUN 20
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June 2016: arthroscopic meniscectomy. To operate or not to operate?

March 2016: why is sharing knowledge in orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine so important?

Welcome to the podcast review of JISAKOS volume 1, issue 2. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/2 Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, reviews this issue, including the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which focus on the concept of collaboration and intellectual exchange in orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/2/61 The podcast also summarises this issue’s systematic reviews on the effect of ACL reconstruction in youth athletes on return to sport, and notch morphology as a risk factor for ACL injury. State of the art reviews on anterior ankle arthroscopy and articular cartilage solutions for the knee are also presented, along with insight on “The Classic” from John Feagin and Walton Curl (1976) on the 5-year follow-up of the repair of the isolated tear of the anterior cruciate ligament.

8 MIN2016 MAY 10
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March 2016: why is sharing knowledge in orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine so important?

Journal of ISAKOS first podcast

Welcome to the inaugural issue of JISAKOS. See full issue here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/1. Social Media Editor, Peter D. Fabricant, MD, MPH, focuses on the introductory Editorial by Editor-in-Chief Niek van Dijk, MD, PhD, which describes the current orthopaedic sports medicine landscape and the journal's mission. See Editorial here: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/1/1. The podcast also summarises the reviews on acute ACL reconstruction (ACLR) damage compared to delayed or non-operative treatment in children and adolescents under age 18 and all the up-to-date evidence related to knee osteoarthritis (OA) after revision ACL. Both must reads for any orthopedic surgeon performing ACL or PCL reconstruction. Early ACL reconstruction in children leads to less meniscal and articular cartilage damage when compared with conservative or delayed treatment: http://jisakos.bmj.com/content/1/1/10. Revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction does not prevent progression in one out o...

6 MIN2016 APR 7
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Journal of ISAKOS first podcast
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