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Meniscal Tears And ‘Mechanical Symptoms’ – An Unsolved Puzzle

Mechanical symptoms in combination with a meniscal tear on MRI is currently a strong indication for arthroscopic meniscal surgery. We recently conducted several studies that…

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Reconciling Spinal Flexion and Pain: We are all doomed to failure but perhaps it doesn’t matter

This was originally posted on Greg Lehmans blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! How is that for a title? A major concern of…

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When Does Biomechanics Matter?

This was originally posted on Greg Lehmans blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! I am a biopsychosocialist. I believe that biomechanics often matter…

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All you ever wanted to know about back pain

Both misunderstood and mismanaged, low back pain is a huge source of suffering for many people worldwide. Here’s the up-to-date knowledge on the condition and…

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Is Movement Strategy a Matter of Age?

Background/objectives: How we should lift things up from the floor has always been a source of debate in both the worlds of healthcare AND fitness….

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Load Management is Not About Decreasing Minutes

Written by Tim Gabbett and the team at Gabbett Performance Solutions Recently “Load Management” has emerged in the sports arena as the latest buzzwords surrounding…

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Clinical Decision Making

This was originally posted on Matthew Low’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! In Neil’s commentary, he keenly evaluates the clinical decision making…

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The Infrapatellar (Hoffa’s) Fat Pad Explained

This was originally posted on Clare Patella’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! There are various fat pads, but the one at the…

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Butt Wink Is Not About The Hamstrings

This was originally posted on Dean Somerset’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! Squats are awesome. Whether they’re loaded using a barbell in…

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