It's that time of the year again! Like the best TV shows from the 80s and 90s, it's a flashback episode because content recycling is easier than new content (coming again next week - don't worry!)
These posts have been some of our most popular so far, and I only wrote one of them! Special thanks to the MMT Team for producing such amazing content.
- a quick and novel variation on upper thoracic mobilization
- done in WB and involves shoulder elevation and trunk rotation
- by Dr. Dennis Truebig, DPT
- just because the rotator cuff has been repaired, does not mean you shouldn't screen the cervical spine
- same goes for the thoracic spine
- stuck in phase 1? You still have plenty to treat!
- by Dr. Christine Walker, DPT
- how you can screen multiple areas in a novel and threat free way
- via rising star Sian Smale, one of MMT's most popular contributors!
- read this post for a great review on red flags, and what to look for in serious pathology, nerve root compression, spinal cord compromise, and more!
- two posts in the top 5 for Dr. Dennis Truebig!
- it was a close race between this and Red Flags, but E-stim is apparently several hundred more views popular!
- this makes me think I should do a modalities blog and be 10 million times more popular
Thanks for reading as always, 2016 has been the biggest year for the blog so far, going multi-author, becoming Modern Manual Therapy Blog - but keeping the url for SEO reasons.
Interested in live cases where I apply this approach and integrate it with pain science, manual therapy, repeated motions, IASTM, with emphasis on patient education? Check out Modern Manual Therapy!
Keeping it Eclectic...