Articles Of The Week May 24, 2020
I hope this lockdown has brought about some positive change for most of us. Maybe we’ve learned a new skill, made a new connection, developed a hobby, or just come to appreciate our work more. Perhaps there are also lessons to be learned as therapists who are helping people with pain as a result as well.
“5 Things I Learned From Lockdown” – Bronnie Thompson
We’ve all experienced some change during this pandemic both professionally and personally. I know some of our colleagues have been doing some work online with patients and it’s interesting to see how one mental health therapist noticed a difference in doing online appointments.
“The Surprising Intimacy Of Online Therapy Sessions During The Pandemic” – Lori Gottlieb
Quite often when helping a patient and providing homecare, it may be necessary for them to change a certain behavior. This can be pretty tough, but there is science behind why it’s tough. Here are five reasons why.
“Why Behavior Change Is Hard? Science Explains It” – Deb Johnstone
As we start returning to work, we may be seeing some people who have taken up running or some other exercise during the pandemic. As a result we may see some people coming in with some tendinopathy issues. Here’s some advice on how we can help with lower limb tendinopathies.
“4 Great Tendinopathy Loading Programmes Plus An Uncomfortable Truth” – Tom Goom
This generous offer has three different resources to help you grow your business during this pandemic. It might be good to use as things are starting up in some areas.
“Free Covid-19 Business Resources For Massage Therapists” – Vicki Marsh
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