We are in an unprecedented time, which is about to get more confusing. Rumour is we’ll be allowed to go back to work soon and we aren’t really clear on what the rules surrounding that will be just yet. A lot of things will be left up to your clinical decision making and we have to be able to work with a clear conscience. And that will be entirely up to you.
“Your Governor Is Not A Massage Therapist” – Cal Cates
Whether we are using telehealth or seeing a patient in-person part of our job is to help motivate a patient with regards to their homecare. Here’s some great advice with regard to motivating patients for home workouts.
“How to Motivate Clients for Home Workouts” – Guillermo Munoz
During this social isolation, it can be hard to figure out ways to stay active. Here’s some great advice (with an infographic to share) on various ways we can not only stay active but also boost our mental health during this time.
I’m sure we’re all taking some online classes right now (or perhaps putting some on) just to kill the boredom. Here are some great tips around the etiquette of taking online classes…and yes, one of them is putting clothes on!
There is many a manual therapy myth out there when it comes to patients dealing with low back pain. Here’s another classic example along with the reasons why we need to stop blaming a specific muscle for back pain.
“Why We Need To Stop Blaming Transverse Abdominus For Back Pain” – Brendan Mouatt
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