Departments Letter to the Editor| Volume 99, ISSUE 7, P1437, July 2018

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      We wholeheartedly support the reader's emphasis on a thorough review of a study's methods to ascertain the strength of its conclusions. All research studies have limitations and it is our job, as editors, to make sure that the important ones are documented. Therefore, we always appreciate letters pointing out novel limitations or putting documented ones in additional context. This process helps assess the value of an article, and can guide the next set of studies, through which we gain knowledge and advance the science of rehabilitation.
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