Understanding what pain is, and how your experience of pain can be modified can be powerful in regaining control. Here are a number of resources that explore different areas of pain and injury, what it can mean and how it can change.Read More
…despite the literature no longer supporting this theory we still vilify these muscles and tell patients with LBP that they have weakness, instability or some other awful narrative that more than likely is not evidenced. Even more disappointingly, there is still no shortage of continuing education courses that teach this approach to LBP.Read More
It’s that time of year again when the marketing campaigns ramp up to ensure therapy practices don’t go out of business over the holiday season. One of the most common strategies I’ve seen emerge over the past few years is the ‘Get your free spine check now’ campaigns.Read More
Reductionism has its benefits, and also drawbacks.
This way of thinking often helps us to get our head around complex paradigms or processes, and for this reason, it is an attractive way of thinking, particularly when it comes to our health.Read More