There is many a fanciful description behind many of the techniques that are taught in our profession. However, sadly, most of them aren’t true. It’s important for us to understand exactly how we are interacting with people while they’re on our table and the mechanisms behind what we do.
“In a major change of pain treatment policy, the National Institute for health and Care Excellence (Nice) say that in future, doctors should advise sufferers to use physical and psychological therapies rather than analgesics to manage their pain.” Good to see things are changing in the management of chronic pain.
Marketing ourselves, or our practice can be time consuming and difficult, especially when it comes to social media. While this is directed at personal trainers, there’s a few tips you could use in promoting your practice as well.
Shin splints can be a difficult thing to help our patients manage. It’s a difficult area to try and stretch, but Rob gives some great advice on how to help with this video.
Shin Splints – Rob Haddow
I was honoured to be on The Concast podcast with Conor this week. We talk about exercise and movement within a clinical setting, make sure you subscribe to his podcast!
The Concast: Episode #63 – Conor Collins & Me!