Here we have an article using one of our favourite terms, “resilience”. This study looks at the implications of coaches pressuring athletes to be “perfect”, which we may be able to translate right over to the effect that clinicians have on clients when doing the same.
On Perfect Technique – Derek Miles
We hear this one a lot in the exercise rehab world: “Don’t use the knee extension machine!” Like many old beliefs, however, it may be time to crunch the facts on this one.
Is the Knee Extension Machine Safe to Use? – Tommy Mandala
If you’re newly certified and fresh in the field of your practice, you may have experienced imposter syndrome at one time or another. This is a fantastic article to help you get past your barriers and be the best practitioner that you can be!
It’s never okay to fat-shame a client. But, as the holiday season approaches us, many of our clients may have concerns about their weight – especially if it may exacerbate some of their pain – and look to you for advice on how to keep it under control.
Top 3 Tips for Weight Loss During Physical Therapy – Dr. Sean M. Wells
Hamstring strains are one of the most common sports injuries that we see, especially in active populations. It’s also common for these injuries to become a recurring problem. Mike Reinold talks on his podcast about the importance of treating these chronic strains individually to best help our clients.
Chronic Versus Acute Hamstring Strains – Mike Reinold