The Journal publishes corrections when they are of significance to patient care, scientific data or record-keeping, or authorship, whether that error was made by an author, editor, or staff. Errata also appear in the online version and are attached to files downloaded from jbjs.org.
In the article entitled “Deep Infection Following Dry Needling in a Young Athlete: An Underreported Complication of an Increasingly Prevalent Modality. A Case Report” (JBJS Case Connect. 2018 Sep 26;8:), by Kim et al., there was an error on page 2. Specifically, in the legend for Figure 1, the source was not properly credited. The figure legend should have read “A physical therapist performing dry needling at the medial proximal aspect (top) and the lateral distal aspect of the right thigh (bottom). (Reproduced with permission from Myopain Seminars.)”