Unfortunately, cancer is so prevalent in society that it is likely we’ve all been affected by it in one way or another. This article is the story of how one of our colleagues dealt with a breast cancer diagnosis, how she managed it, and what we all need to learn from this in order to help someone who walks through our clinic doors and may need our help.
Lessons From A Massage Therapist Turned Cancer Patient – Meaghan Mounce
Most of us in business are likely trying to generate some consistent content that either gets the attention of new people to book in for appointments or possibly getting some people we haven’t seen for a while to come back to our clinics. Content creation can be tough, but here are some good tools you can put in place to create new content.
Manual therapy is rife with pseudoscience and trying to apply it. This is commonly seen in high-performance sport where an athlete will do just about anything possible to gain an edge over the competition and their favourite therapist applying whatever new modality they can use to gain an edge. Every time the Olympics are on we see a new thing applied to athletes, however, these fads usually come and go, but why?
Olympic Pseudoscience – Tokyo Edition – Steven Novella
This article blends really well with the above one. What does Kinesiotape really do? Well, it kinda depends on if you like it.
Is Kinesiology Tape (KT) A Placebo? – Marc Surdyka
As a profession, we need to keep pushing for evidence-based practice in order to be taken seriously as a health care entity. In order to do that many of the old teachings surrounding the profession either have to be updated or let go of completely, including the myth of healing hands.
The Myth of Healing Hands – Paul Ingraham