Today's Quick Links come from godvine.com, Forward Thinking PT, and Body in Mind.
Inspiring Vid found by Julie Wiebe, what's the message? Never give up! This one actually had me a bit misty eyed. Diamond Dallas Page, who knew?
Dr. Joe Brence recently participated in a RCT with Dr. Chad Cook. It looked at within/between session changes associated with functional outcomes, pain, and recovery? A good study that reaffirms something I do every day, measure improvement within the visit. Even McKenzie said a long time ago that if you can make changes on the first visit that last when they get up and walk around, it often leads to a good prognosis. Congrats Joe!
Interested in Dry Needling? Read about Sinead's experience in learning dry needling at a Kinetacore course recently. I would most likely already have taken either Kinetacore or Myopain Seminars courses if we were allowed to dry needle in NYS.