Articles by Todd Hargrove

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Bilateral magnetic resonance imaging findings in individuals with unilateral shoulder pain
Issue 22 (September 2019)
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Do Self‑Myofascial Release Devices Release Myofascia? Rolling Mechanisms: A Narrative Review
Issue 21 (August 2019)
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Editorial – Critical and Theoretical Perspective on Scapular Stabilization: What does it Really Mean, and are we on the Right Track?
Issue 20 (July 2019)
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Effect of Early Surgery vs Physical Therapy on Knee Function Among Patients With Nonobstructive Meniscal Tears
Issue 19 (June 2019)
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A systematic review of the effects of strength training in patients with fibromyalgia: clinical outcomes and design considerations
Issue 16 (March 2019)
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Informed appropriate imaging for low back pain management: A narrative review
Issue 15 (February 2019)
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Todd Hargrove

United States

Todd Hargrove is a Certified Feldenkrais practitioner, Certified Rolfer, and author. Todd graduated from Hamilton College in 1990 with a B.A. in Economics, and from the University of Washington School of Law in 1995 with a J.D. While working as an attorney, Todd developed chronic neck and back pain, but eliminated it through through self-education, lifestyle change and exercise. He quit the law in 2005 to become a manual and movement therapist, in order to help others in the way he helped himself. Since 2008, he has written a blog at BetterMovement.org, which focuses on applying a modern understanding of pain science and neuroscience to movement-based therapies. In 2014, he published A Guide to Better Movement: The Science and Practice of Moving with More Skill and Less Pain.