1. “Metacognition, Critical Thinking, and Science Based Practice” by Kyle Ridgeway, DPT (PTThinkTank.com)
2. “Let’s Talk Spinal Manipulation (Thrust, Grade 5, or Whatever Else You Wanna Call It)…” by Joseph Brence, DPT, FAAOMPT (ForwardThinkingPT.com)
3. “MRI Findings in Low Back Pain” by Mark Gibson (MarkGibsonPhysio.com)
4. “Clinical Prediction Rules: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” by Matthew Barton, SPT, CSCS, HFS (AAOMPTsSIG.wordpress.com)
5. “Becoming a Self-Sustaining Physical Therapist: From Spoon-Fed to Hunter-Gatherer” by Kenneth Taylor, SPT (AAOMPTsSIG.wordpress.com)
6. “Agree or Disagree the Less Wrong Way” by Kyle Ridgeway, DPT (PTThinkTank.com)
7. “What is a Lateral Shift & Why Does It Matter?” by Trent Nessler, DPT (ACLPrevention.com)
8. “Here’s to a Nonoperative 2014” by John Childs, PhD, DPT, FAAOMPT (EvidenceInMotion.com)
9. “Busting the Myth that Manipulation is at End-Range” by Harrison Vaughn, DPT (InTouchPT.wordpress.com)
10. “Does evidence support using the Functional Movement Screen?” by Chris Beardsley (StrengthandConditioningResearch.com)
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