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The Serious Consequences of Recovery From Surgery and Inactivity

Injuries happen. Planned or unplanned surgery might put us in bed for a while. Do you really need that brace? What are the consequences of…

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What can we learn from the Telehealth move?

I am writing this in the midst of the COVID19 Pandemic that has shocked the world and is one of the biggest tests for our…

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10 Phrases to Teach a Parrot to Recite to Injured Runners

​I’m strongly considering buying a parrot. Not only would a parrot be fun to have as a pet, but it would also prove invaluable in…

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Is there a connection between nutrition and physical therapy outcomes?

Whether a patient presents with an acute injury, be it iatrogenic or accidental, or a condition that has led to gradual tissue degeneration, part of…

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Neuroscience And Skilled Patient-Communication Are Essential When Dealing With Patients Suffering From Complex Pain Conditions

Patients with complex pain conditions, such as fibromyalgia, are now recognized as living with a chronic disease, according to the WHO (Nicholas M, 2019). While…

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Bring focus To The Interaction

It’s been some time since I’ve written a blog post and I’d like to thank the Physio Network for inviting me to contribute. In this…

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Pain Education – How much neuroscience do you really need?

Pain education has for many become an integral part of the treatment process and rightly so, being able to help people understand what is happening…

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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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Cognitive Functional Therapy

I recently attended the third annual San Diego Pain Summit (I’ve been to all three!) and was fortunate to be the patient demo for Peter O’Sullivan‘s Cognitive Functional…

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