- This month's issue of JOSPT contains a bibliometric analysis of the publishing history of the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. The results provide an opportunity to reflect on trends at JOSPT and, more generally, in the evidence base of orthopaedic and sports physical therapy practice. Results of the bibliometric review by Coronado and colleagues are encouraging for JOSPT and the profession of physical therapy as a whole. The results indicate an increase in the publication of research articles involving symptomatic subjects, with fewer narrative and nonsystematic review papers. The results also raise an interesting issue about whether we have a sufficient number of randomized controlled trials in our literature and to what extent our future progress should be based on the publication of more randomized trials.