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Archive for Therapeutic Exercise

Eccentric Heel Drop Cues For An Achilles Tendinopathy

Eccentric Heel Drop Cues For An Achilles Tendinopathy

Eccentric heel drops are a great and evidenced way to treat Achilles tendinopathy. However, many times, there is a mobility issue in ankle dorsiflexion, lateral tibial glide and/or tibial internal rotation. This often causes the heel to move medially thus […]

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Movement That Gives You the Feels

Movement That Gives You the Feels

A baseball player walks into the batter’s box. He shifts weight from front foot to back while circling the bat. Rotates his right heel into the ground. Orients his gaze to the pitcher while pointing his bat to center field. […]

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Cervical Spine and Shoulder Stabilization Exercise

Cervical Spine and Shoulder Stabilization Exercise

  So your best needling/IASTM/soft tissue/manip improved cervical/scapular/shoulder ROM. What next? After manual therapy or a repeated loading strategy, pain and ROM is often rapidly improved.  Repeated passive end range loading often keeps this improvement between visits. However, many times restoration of […]

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Articles Of The Week April 14, 2019

Articles Of The Week April 14, 2019

  People will do all sorts of popular treatments for different parts of their body. There is a new trend where women are getting laser therapy on their vagina for a variety of reasons, but is the treatment actually valid? Well…there […]

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Self-Efficacy A Well Used Term But Well Understood?

Self-Efficacy A Well Used Term But Well Understood?

Self-efficacy is a term banded around in therapy quite regularly at the moment especially as more active approaches to rehabilitation are being embraced. So we have to ask exactly what does it mean, why does it matter and how do […]

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Testing, Graded Exposure, And Reassurance For Low Back Pain

Testing, Graded Exposure, And Reassurance For Low Back Pain

  Over the past couple of weeks, we have been looking at and discussing the clinical guidelines for treating low back pain. We have covered how important reassuring our patients their tissues are safe is a crucial component in their […]

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