Articles Of The Week March 14, 2021
The one muscle that seems to consistently create great debate and excitement amongst the MSK professions is the psoas and we really need to start asking why? For some reason, it gets a lot of attention and a lot of the blame for so many problems. However, we really need to start looking at why one muscle could get blamed for so many things.
Psoas Obsession – Eric Purves
I haven’t seen much of this in my practice, so it’s definitely a topic I need to learn more about. Thankfully we have some great people putting content together so we can understand Hypermobility and how to help patients better.
Understanding Hypermobility – Matt Phillips & Bonnie Southgate
For some reason, we are always looking to ‘blame’ a certain thing for a person’s pain. While it’s true that patients like getting a diagnosis, it’s also important for us to realize there are many more factors that contribute to a successful treatment. We need to look past the biomechanical and also try taking a collaborative approach.
Joint Pain Treatment: Beyond the ‘Bio’ and ‘Silo’ – Nick Ng
This is just a REALLY creative and entertaining review of the organ systems in the human body, I applaud their creativity.
How To Learn The Organ Systems In Under Five Minutes – Fundamental Raps
There is many pseudoscience interventions being peddled within musculoskeletal therapy. Now, it’s even being used with animals! If you didn’t see it a zoo used kinesiology tape on an elephant, I’ll let you guess what the outcome was.
Nonsense For Elephants: The Houston Zoo Promotes Kinesiology Tape – Clay Jones
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