We all know how important self-care is. This is a great interview with some great tips from a fellow Massage Therapist that you could recommend to a patient, or maybe even use yourself.
Part of what I love about this post is how it is challenging an outdated way of treating someone (with an outdated narrative). But also I love that it is encouraging questioning professionals and what they do, in a respectful manner.
Musculoskeletal conditions make up a large part of the cost on healthcare. Great to see that more attention is being paid to these conditions so that we might collectively treat it much better.
New report aims to make musculoskeletal health a global priority – Vivienne Reiner
I love analogies! This is a great analogy of how we can better serve our patients when they come to see us (which we should all be striving to do).
Patient Centred Care Isn’t A Self Serve Buffet – Taylor Laviolett & Jocelyn Kirton
Ohhhh biases, don’t we LOVE them? I know I love mine! On our most recent podcast we talked about how our beliefs can actually create our identity, but it’s really important to challenge any of our beliefs so we can grow as practitioners and this article helps show us why.
Why trying to prove yourself wrong is the key to being right – Thinking Is Power
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