Finding Context: A New Model for Interpreting Clinical Evidence

in International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training
Patrick O. McKeon PhD, ATC, CSCS1, Jennifer M. Medina McKeon PhD, ATC, CSCS1, Carl G. Mattacola PhD, ATC1, and Christian Lattermann MD1
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Patrick O. McKeon is an assistant professor in the Division of Athletic Training within the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Kentucky. His research interests include sensorimotor alterations associated with lower extremity injury, evidence-based medicine, and the dynamic systems theory as it relates to sensorimotor function.

Jennifer M. Medina McKeon is an assistant professor in the Division of Athletic Training within the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Kentucky. Her research interests include management and prevention of post-traumatic knee osteoarthritis, evidence-based medicine, and high school injury epidemiology.

Carl G. Mattacola is the Director of the Post-Professional Athletic Training program and the Rehabilitation Sciences Doctoral program at the University of Kentucky. His research interests include the functional consequences of traumatic lower extremity injuries, evidence-based medicine, and functional assessment tools for the evaluation of injury risk and rehabilitation.

Christian Lattermann is the Director of the Center for Cartilage Repair and Restoration and an orthopedic surgeon within the Department of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine at the University of Kentucky. His research interests include the systematic investigation of articular cartilage function, degradation, and restoration in response to traumatic knee injuries and surgical intervention.