Pain and Damage ... 'Are you looking for a mechanical solution to a sensitivity problem?'
Category: Understanding Injury
Understanding movement dysfunction is an ever illusive topic. I can see myself in my 70′s still pondering the best ways to try and understand, categories and screen for movement dysfunction (hopefully in a warm country!!). However, striving for the best framework to assess and treat is something we all have to do, otherwise we wouldn’t
For those that have been reading a long time, it’s no surprise to see my interested in the fundamentals of rehab. I’m loving working with my patients at the moment. We have some great discussions. New patients these days will have almost always been on Google looking for the answer. Though I don’t think it’s
Last week raised a few questions on the rehab strategies I used in the sessions to get back to playing. It doesn’t really matter if it is a quick return or if it’s a more significant sprain that takes longer, the process of regaining ROM, strength, balance power still has to happen. So, today we
Last year I had a really fun challenge (though as always these things cost you some sleep!!). I was working with a rugby team and in the second to last game of the season a player had a low grade high ankle sprain. As always, there’s a certain urgency to get a starting player back
When taking a patient history how often do you hear ‘I’ve been told I have a scoliosis’? I hear it a lot! I’d say most of the time (maybe 90%) there is no scoliosis. However, a recent patient had a true structural scoliosis, not too bad, but still…had to get my head in scoliosis mode