Articles of the Week – December 6, 2020
There are a few different issues that you could probably use to summarize the struggles that we saw in 2020, and inequality is one of them. Read into some of the shocking things that you may not have known about prejudice in even the medical field.
Chronic Pain and Inequality – Paul Ingraham
Since Jane Fonda coined this term, “No pain no gain” has stuck with us in the fitness world. Conversely, it almost is demonized by many in the healthcare realm. What does the research really say about pain during exercise?
Is No Pain No Gain True? – Tommy Mandala
Another good reminder that self-compassion and self-love greatly increases the ability to cope with pain and illness, assisting our continued involvement in the valued aspects of our lives.
Self-compassion in chronic pain sufferers linked to a better capacity to continue engaging in valued activities – Eric W. Dolan
Non-operative ACL care will sound like a completely foreign concept to many of us. However, more and more research has been emerging that may make you pause and consider the power of conservative care in certain circumstances.
Non-operative ACL Management | What You Need To Know – Scott Buxton
Positivity is often hard for our patients to find amid their pain and other life struggles. This article highlights the importance on capitalizing on positive moments and helping clients celebrate the little victories in their lives and during their recovery.
Make Your Patients’ Good News Even Better with This One Simple Action – Larry Benz
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