Today's Quick Links are from Charlie Weingroff, Stop Chasing Pain, and Gray Cook.
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Now onto the Quick Links!
My pal Dr. Charlie Weingroff is a busy guy! Lucky for us, he has been collecting his thoughts in google keep (great app btw) for when he has the time to sit down and write a blog post. Check out his always informative post here.
Two of my favorite tweeps in social media did an interview for the Stop Chasing Pain Podcast recently. Check out Dr. Perry Nickelston interviewing Julie Wiebe of the #pelvicmafia here. Great info on her approach to women's health and the importance of breathing, positioning, and the diaphragm's influence on the pelvic floor.
Are you unsatisfied with the answers you are getting to the questions during the patient's history? I'd recommend taking MDT courses or reading their texts. Also, read what Gray Cook wrote recently in How to Ask a Better Question.
As always, read The OMPT Daily for more Quick Links!
Keeping it Eclectic...