Jan 26, 2015

Q&A Time! How to Handle a Flare-Up (You Caused)

This edition of Q&A Time comes from a comment on last Thursday's post, No Pain, No Pain. Apparently, many of my facebook page's followers do not regularly read my blog - you can see that thread here. The question is below.

Jan 23, 2015

Top 5 Fridays! 5 PT Memes by The Awesome Physical Therapist

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Those of you who use twitter for PT will no doubt be familiar with The Awesome Physical Therapist. He started out Cynical, but turned into Awesome. Guess the online PT community is overwhelmingly positive. Here are 5 PT Based memes, because you know, who doesn't like a good meme?

Jan 22, 2015

Thursday Thoughts: No Pain, No Pain

At a recent The Eclectic Approach UQ and LQ Assessment, a participant pulled me aside at lunch and had a few comments.

Jan 21, 2015

Neurodynamics Should be Non-Threatening

My new paradigm for neurodynamic bias movements is as pre and post test only. Even only 2 years ago, I was using neurodynamics as a primary treatment.

Jan 19, 2015

Quick Case: Runner with Chronic Hip and Knee Pain

At a recent Eclectic Approach to UQ and LQ Assessment and Treament in Vancouver, a physio who was also a high level distance runner was assessed by both Chris Johnson and myself. The full video will be posted soon on The OMPT Channel later this week.

Jan 16, 2015

Top 5 Fridays! 5 Easy Ankle Resets

Ankle dorsiflexion is often limited, but luckily easily reset if the main motion loss not multiplanar. Here are 5 of my favorite ways to show patients how to rapidly gain ankle mobility.

Jan 15, 2015

Thursday Thoughts: What is Wrong with This Patient Vs What Can I Do For This Patient?

This edition of Thursday Thoughts is something I have wrote about before, It's a question I see often asked on social media PT circles.