Exercise is great, we know this, right? Well sort of. Many people know exercise is good for us on a general level, but the question is, do they know it’s right for them on an individual level and is it the right fix for their problem? This is an entirely different proposition, applying that general […]
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Here is a short video I did on the Rethinking physiotherapy Facebook page on Applying pain science education. ENJOY!!!!
Here is another webinar! This time for the Pain Masterminds Network. The subject is 'Exercise and clinical reasoning - More than sets and reps' I am taking a look at moving beyond the tissue and capacity model of therapeutic exercise. Below is the PDF of the presentation! Pain Masterminds 1.compressed
If I had a £ for everybody that mentioned posture on social media or when they had a pain problem…… well lets just say I would be a pretty rich guy. POSTURE has literally become engrained in peoples thoughts when talking about back, shoulder or neck pain even though we have a shit ton of […]
Here is a FB live lecture on adherence with lots of research discussed around this topic and a sprinkling of opinion too! Here are the slides too! Adherence (1)
So I got my virtual buddy Paul Lagerman AKA the naked physio to come in and contribute to this post and below is our bastard lovechild offspring of a blog post : ) The video above on whales and their contribution to our planet is not only informative and enlightening but also serves as a […]
Here is the link for the Facebook live lecture on back pain. Here is a link to download all the slides in a PDF format too! FB Back Pain (1)
Here is a fantastic guest blog from Luke R Davies on Listening as therapy, Louis Gifford's ABCDEFW framework & yellow and pink flags concept. Luke is really into movement, pain and most of all helping his patients recover with a fun and active approach to rehab and probably why we get on so well! Enjoy! Listening […]
In all honesty in its current format the answer here has to be an unreserved YES, we should STOP assessing movement. This opinion is based on the two predominant concepts we appear to have currently when assessing movement. Firstly the concept that a deviation from a movement or muscle firing ‘ideal’ is the cause of […]
- Painful exercise in rehab – Yes, no or a lot to think about?February 3, 2019 - 8:36 am
- Pain science – A main serving of lived experience and a side of biology please.January 14, 2019 - 6:55 am
- Resilience – What is it and why is it a big deal for recovery?October 27, 2018 - 5:53 am
- Common sense exercise and movement guidelines NOW DOWNLOADABLEAugust 22, 2018 - 5:21 am
- Self efficacy – A well used term but well understood?June 5, 2018 - 5:00 am
- Pain education – How much neuroscience do you really need?April 24, 2018 - 2:59 pm
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