How often do you have a patient come in who is dealing with pelvic pain? I haven’t seen it much in my practice but I think this is also partially because it’s not common for a Massage Therapist to treat this area. Well, perhaps it’s time we change that.
We all know I have mad respect for Todd Hargrove, so when he puts on a master class about pain, movement, and play (while also doing it for free), I think we should all take advantage!
“Pain, Movement, And Play: Common Sense For Complex Problems” – Todd Hargrove
I haven’t had a chance to do this course myself but it was recommended by someone I have HUGE respect for, so it must be good. Another great way to get some learning done during the pandemic.
“Exercise And Physical Activity For Knee Osteoarthritis” – Rana Hinman
Still not sure where to start learning about pain? This is a phenomenal resource put together on some of the top pain resources available.
“Pain Resources: A Deeper Dive” – Rebecca Hall
We all know how important exercise is. As this review points out, it’s actually very important to help decelerate cognitive decline. Although exercise might not enhance cognitive function, it does effectively decelerate the decline in cognitive function.
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