Abandoning her "traditional linear approach" in this month's Craikcast, PTJ Editor in Chief Rebecca Craik, PT, PhD, FAPTA, summarizes the research reports in the January issue by 4 themes—psychology, home-based physical therapy, measurement tools, and common assumptions made by clinicians. Craik also provides insights on the issue's technical report, 2 case reports, and 2 perspectives, including Stout et al's article on the direct costs of a prospective surveillance model and a traditional model of care in patients with breast cancer-related lymphedema.
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