Technology focused systematic reviews that will change your practice

Peter Malliaras14th of May 2018home / blog / podcasts / technology-focused-reviews

The podcast this week focuses on some cool new work in the technology space.

I'm inspired by "the patient will see you now" by Dr Eric Topol which I recently read so this weeks podcast covers 2 technology focused systematic reviews. The first is on the efficacy of exergames for treating musculoskeletal pain, and the second is on basically the use of accelerometers and other wearable sensors to monitor rehab exercises.

An exciting area that is set to grow hugely and will be part of all of our practices soon.


If you liked this podcast, be sure to check out my other podcasts below and, if you haven't already, take a look at my online course Mastering Lower Limb Tendinopathy, which has been fabulously well received by hundreds of students World Wide.

More Podcasts

  1. Efficacy of PRP injections for tendinopathy…really?
  2. Non-uniform Achilles tendon strain: What is it and should we care?


O’Reilly M, Caulfield B, Ward T, Johnston W, Doherty C. Wearable Inertial Sensor Systems for Lower Limb Exercise Detection and Evaluation: A Systematic Review. Sports Medicine. 2018;1-26.Collado‐Mateo D, Merellano‐Navarro E, Olivares PR, García‐Rubio J, Gusi N. Effect of exergames on musculoskeletal pain: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports. 2018;28:760-771.

Peter Malliaras
Tendinopathy Rehabilitation