We quite often talk about this topic but rarely in the case of athletes. Important for us to take into account how the thought of pain and tissue damage is effecting this population and how we can communicate with them to help.
Why Pain Doesn’t Always Mean You’re Injured – Alex Hutchinson
Well, the holidays are coming and if you’re anything like me you’re probably going to overdo it on the treats and cocktails! However, this shouldn’t discourage us and there are some ways that we can still work to stay healthy during this holiday season.
How To Stay Healthy During The Holidays – Gina Harney
Dec 1st is “World Aids Day”. This is really important because when AIDS & HIV were first known about we had little knowledge about it and unfortunately there wasn’t much in the way of treatment. However, nowadays this is a manageable condition and we are likely to see more people in our clinics with this who could use our help. Thus, it’s really important to educate ourselves on the condition.
World AIDS day | 40 years on – Rehabilitation is Key – Kim Jackson
When I was 19 I got pulled through the wheel well of a tractor and dislocated my patella. Ten years later I had surgery to repair this and my leg was in a splint for 3 months…it was literally 1/2 the size of my other leg when the splint came off. I wish I had access to this article back then!
How to Fight Muscle Atrophy After Injury: A Personal Trainer’s Guide – Michelle Carroll
So it isn’t just the manual therapy professions who deal with poor information getting shared around, it’s rife within the nutrition industry as well. But, there is some really quality, evidence-based information out there…you just have to look for it.
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