Articles of the Week – January 10, 2020
As therapists, we commonly treat symptoms such as headaches and dizziness. However, it can be difficult to differentiate dizziness onset by cervicogenic factors from those from vestibular and other systemic causes. This article gives us a brief overview that can assist with our reasoning.
A Brief Overview of Cervical Dizziness – Erson Religioso
We’ve talked about different mental strategies to help decrease the sensation and perception of pain. This article speaks about one experiment that compares three different methods to find out which one is the best.
To Keep Pain in Check, Scientists Say ‘Count Down’ – Good News Network
Aggressive goal setting is rampant every January, but it’s a trend that can be detrimental to a lot of our clients who deal with chronic health challenges. Here’s one opinion piece from an individual with chronic illness to help us rethink our encouragement of resolution-making.
I Have a Chronic Illness. Here’s Why I Hate New Year’s Resolutions – Hattie Gladwell
Do you prescribe exercise as part of your health practice? If so, then it’s important to remember quality over quantity and that just because an exercise is “harder”, it doesn’t necessarily equate to more benefit.
Working Hard VS. Always Making Exercise Harder – Tony Gentilcore
Finally, with the New Year, we all tend to see a wave of clients who are looking to make positive lifestyle changes and will be relying on effective coaching from us. Whether you’re a massage therapist, personal trainer, or nutrition coach, the right kind of language when helping guide these changes is crucial.
Effective coach talk: What to say to clients and why it matters. – John Berardi
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