Body in Mind reviews current research on Body Awareness and Chronic Pain
SMR reviews research from the Am J of Sports Med on Hip and Core Rehab Improving PFS. This goes well with recent research showing hip strengthening also decreasing PFS, and hip dysfunction also causing knee pain. I rarely treat the knee itself unless it's post-surgical or presenting with severe OA.
A post in My Physical Therapy Space by Dr. John Childs, criticizes a PT who has "clung" to seemingly outdated research. I read much of Don Tingy's original work. Despite research showing very little LBP actually originating from the SIJ, I do look at the pelvis and SIJ on occasion. MDT recommends ruling it out with repeated motions, and of course I also use OMPT techniques and education. However, 2-3 weeks in, if still not responding as I would like, I do look at the pelvis/SIJ. However, that is most likely less than 10% of my lumbar cases. I was more interested in the discussion following the post, rather than slamming one a clinician who has only sought to help others by teaching his approach. Read A Blast From the Past
Finally, Allan Besselink posts about his Visceral Response to the APTA's recent embracing of visceral manipulation. While Allan, as a DipMDT, most likely feels the same way about STM as he does about visceral manipulation, I do agree that the APTA shouldn't promote something that promotes the ability to help almost ALL problems, mechanical or otherwise.
Hope you have a good weekend!