Apr 18, 2014

Top 5 Fridays! 5 of My Favorite Non MDT Based Home Exercises

Even superheroes find the Get Up Challenging

Thanks to blog reader Brian Lau (the least technically savvy Asian I have met) for this suggestion! You all know how much of an MDT fan I am. However, I actually do prescribe other home exercises frequently. Here are 5 of my favorites.

Apr 17, 2014

Thursday Thoughts: What Do You Look For in a Technique?



This week's Thursday Thoughts was inspired by a guest to my blog last week. He's one of those EBP types (P standing for police).

Apr 16, 2014

Reset Tip: Remember Frequency and Duration


Repeated loading/unloading resets are subject to the same mode that traditional exercises are; most remember intensity - end range, end range, end range, frequency gets its props as well, but most forget duration for the tough cases.

Apr 15, 2014

Quick Links!


Today's Quick Links come from Zac Cupples, Ann Wendel, and NOI Jam.

Apr 14, 2014

Case of the Week 4-14-14: Cleared For Sport?


It never fails to amaze me, after being in practice for 16 years how incompetent others in our profession can be. On my birthday, I met some parents of a young and very talented gymnast at my daughter's gymnastics meet.

Apr 11, 2014

Top 5 Fridays! 5 Modern Ways to Look at Manual Therapy


Ten years ago, I would have scoffed at this list, yet here I am writing it now. I find that every 2 years on average, I am changing something about my practice, often dramatically, or adding a new assessment and/or treatment to the tool bag.

Apr 10, 2014

Thursday Thoughts: Part Time PT Practice Pros and Cons


A reader asked me about my thoughts on opening a part time PT practice. However, I have to talk a bit about my practice model first.