Articles Of The Week June 14, 2020
This is a PHENOMENAL resource for both practitioners and patients alike. Not only does it provide some education on the current research around Osteoarthritis, it provides exercise recommendations, and exercise programs…it’s FREE.
“OA Optimism” – Greg Lehman
Over the past couple weeks, I have taken some time to reflect and have conversations with friends who are far more educated and experienced than me on race and diversity. This is a great resource we can all use to help educate ourselves so we can all have a better understanding.
“Race, Diversity and Cultural Competency Resources for Massage Therapists” – Meg Donnelly
This is a great resource you could share with your patients around some of the myths of low back pain. The best part is it’s presented by people who have lived with chronic back pain!
“10 Facts Every Person Should Know About Back Pain. Presented By Patients” – Pain Ed
Much like the last article, it is always important to understand the patient’s perspective when it comes to pain. With this small blog post, a chronic pain patient shares their thoughts on overcoming fear and movement.
“A Path Forward” – Keith Meldrum
I honestly didn’t know that ankylosing spondylitis may be portrayed as a ‘man’s disease’. According to this article, there are hundreds of thousands of women living with it, many undiagnosed. Here are eight things to understand about AS and how it affects women.
“Ankylosing Spondylitis in Women: 8 Key Facts to Stop the Stigma” – Lauren Gelman
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