Articles Of The Week September 6, 2020
As some communities look to get businesses and other activities going again, some are taking on huge efforts to sanitize and clean. However, are these efforts going to be the major thing that stops the spread of Covid-19? Interesting points made in this article.
“Hygiene Theater Is a Huge Waste of Time” – Derek Thompson
When we’re recommending homecare to one of our patients, one of the obstacles can be finding the time to actually do the homecare. This can be especially true with new parents. Now while I don’t necessarily agree with some of the comments about posture, this article does give some good advice on finding time to exercise for new moms.
“How To Focus On Fitness When You Just Don’t Have Time – Monday Workout Motivation For New Moms” – marsstarsbaby
Could something as simple as education actually alter the treatment of our patients dealing with persistent pain? While patient education is quite often one of the big recommendations when we look at the clinical guidelines of a certain pathology, this papers shows us that a simple pain education lecture to students altered how they treated patients.
“Research: Can a Pain Neuroscience Education Lecture Alter Treatment Choices for Chronic Pain?” – Adriann Louw
Don’t let the title of this one fool you, your core isn’t weak. Fortunately, this article dispels the myth of a weak core and it’s correlation to back pain.
“Your Core Is Weak” – Ellie Somers
We are pretty big advocates for movement and exercise around here but sometimes we have to acknowledge our bias and ask why? Well here are some of the reasons for and also some reasons against.
“Why Use Exercise” – Adam Meakins
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