We are continually promoting self-care to our people who come to see us. However, self-care can mean different things to different people, and self-love should be included as part of our human experience.
Self-Care and Self-Love – Pearl Dar
The more awareness we have around trauma and pain, the more we start to (hopefully) understand what a person is going through. However, there are differences between how women’s trauma recovery differs from men along with some new research to show us why.
Same injury, different brain – Hanae Armitage
Are the interventions we use with our patients the same as what is used with Olympic-level athletes? Should they be? Perhaps the intervention we use isn’t as important as the actual support we give to people.
Use the tricks Elite athletes use to get ahead! – Richard McIlmoyle
As it is with so many things, what we once thought we knew…perhaps wasn’t quite right. This holds true with some new information coming out on running injuries, so if you treat runners in your clinic, this article should be hugely beneficial.
What We Think We Know About What Causes Running Injuries Might Be Wrong – Richard A Lovett
We’re big fans of graded exercise around here (heck we even teach some courses on the topic) but as it is with most things in our profession, nothing is ever a one-size-fits-all. Such is the case for those who have myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome as the new NICE guideline recommendations are showing us that graded exercise should not be recommended for this population anymore.