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The REAL Truth About Pain Science and Body Mechanics: A Response to Criticism

This was originally posted on Todd Hargrove’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! Joel Seedman, a personal trainer, recently wrote an article called…

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Rapid response to a systematic review on spinal manipulative therapy for chronic low back pain

A systematic review (1) on the benefits and harms of spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) for chronic low back pain (CLBP) was published in the British…

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Red Flags in Clinical Practice

“…something serious in the woodshed…” (Cyriax 1982) As clinicians, we deal with diagnostic uncertainty every day and we seek to minimise the risk of missing…

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Clinical Reasoning In Manual Therapy

This was originally posted on Dr Nick Efthimiou’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! Touch is an important part of human interaction. Pain…

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Reasoning Dosage for Persistent Pain: An update.

We’ve all seen that familiar face pulled by people living with persistent pain who are being asked to exercise for the first time. Exercise can…

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Load Management in the Workplace

Load Training load has been defined as the cumulative amount of stress (physiological, psychological, or mechanical) placed on an individual from a single or multiple…

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Why we need to stop blaming the Transversus Abdominis for back pain

This was originally posted on Brendan Mouatt’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! The idea of targeting interventions towards the deep core musculature…

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Why Do Muscles Feel Tight?

This was originally posted on Todd Hargrove’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! Why do muscles feel tight? Does that mean they are…

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Is There Such Thing as a Bad Exercise?

This was originally posted on Ben Cormack’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy the read! Well, like most things in the world of…

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