Articles Of The Week June 20, 2021
Unfortunately in our population chronic pain can cause some prejudice towards those who are dealing with it. We can have a hand in changing this with the way we help and interact with people, so it’s time we rethink chronic pain.
Rethinking chronic pain – The Lancet
As we recognize more about mental health, it requires more of us as therapists to be trauma-informed. This article outlines four steps to becoming more trauma-informed.
Trauma-Informed Practice in Massage Therapy Settings – Jen Sharman
It’s not just our profession that is full of many myth’s, the food and diet industry is full of probably more. With the advent of “detox” diets many people are lead astray thinking they can detox their bodies with some new fad, however, we know that’s not the case.
You can’t detox your body. It’s a myth. So how do you get healthy? – Dara Mohammadi
Pain and exercise is always a bit of a hot button topic. But this is a great article that breaks down the value of exercise and pain.
Is It Safe To Do Activities That Are Painful: Exploring The Expose Versus Protect Debate – Greg Lehman
Here is a great list of must read articles to help you become a more evidence-based practitioner.
Evidence in Practice: A New Series for Clinicians – Lars Avemarie
- Podcast Episode #28 With Great Educational Power, Comes Great Educational Responsibility - November 8, 2022
- Podcast Episode #27 Myofascial Release And CLB, What Does The Evidence Say? - August 30, 2022
- Being Of Service, While Still Being Kind To Yourself - August 24, 2022