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A Novel Mobilization for Acute Ankle Inversion Sprains

A Novel Mobilization for Acute Ankle Inversion Sprains

  The case in the video was a severe ankle inversion sprain on the left and moderate on the right. The patient is a high-level gymnast who injured herself tumbling during a floor routine. The video below was taken almost […]

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Models Of Pain And Movement

Models Of Pain And Movement

  There are various models used to understand pain: the neuromatrix model, the biopsychosocial model; Louis Gifford’s Mature Organism Model; the Onion skin model, the biomedical model. And for motor learning and physical training, there is the constraints based model, […]

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Articles Of The Week March 17, 2019

Articles Of The Week March 17, 2019

I would say as a profession, we are a compassionate group. However, it turns out compassion can be trained in your brain and can be enhanced with training and practice. “Brain Can Be Trained In Compassion” – Alison DeShaw Rowe […]

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The Negotiation Of Pressures

The Negotiation Of Pressures

  “Using a soft touch which is generally no greater than 5 grams – about the weight of a nickel – practitioners release restrictions in the soft tissues that surround the central nervous system.” (source) “It has been suggested that ischemic […]

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Articles Of The Week March 10, 2019

Articles Of The Week March 10, 2019

  Communication is important…like REALLY important. In fact, a study has found that verbal, eye contact, body language, and listening skills are just as important as our hands-on time with patients. “Physiotherapy Patient Interaction A Key Ingredient To Pain Reduction […]

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