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March - April 2014 - Nutrition and Tissue Healing
This spring, we at the Orthopaedic Division Review (ODR) would like you to take a step back and reflect on how much proper nutrition can affect your treatment plans. How much do you know about nutrition and tissue healing? Can you name any dietary factors that can impede or assist with optimal tissue healing? Our colleagues dealing with elite athletes may consider these factors...
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March - April 2014 Volume 27, No. 1

WOW!!! Wasn't that a great Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia?! Canada did well in the medal count. I was fixated to the television screen nervously watching the Women's Gold medal match against the United States. Those women have passion and intensity to their craft. Go CANADA! Being an orthopaedic Physical Therapist in today's day and age, we also need to exude passion and intensity on a daily basis when treating patients.

I just returned from the Division Chair meetings in Toronto. We (National Orthopaedic Division) are one of 14 Divisions under the CPA umbrella. I am very impressed with the level of passion and commitment that the various Division Chairs bring to the table; there is a lot of behind-the-scenes work that is being done by these volunteers.


1. Nutritional Support for Wound Healing
Douglas MacKay, ND, and Alan L. Miller, ND
2. Diet and its role in interstitial cystitis/ bladder pain syndrome (IC/BPS) and comorbid conditions
Justin I. Friedlander, Barbara Shorter* and Robert M. Moldwin

Clinical Reflection
Nutritional Facts or Fictions

Nutrition for injury healing