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Physical Therapy Team Effort

Physical Therapy is a Team Effort

How do you make medical decisions? Do you have a plan? If you…
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How Important Are Lifting Mechanics?

“Don’t round your back”, “Lift with your knees,…
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Walking Deserves More Love

Walking is one of the best forms of exercise. I used to be…
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Stretching To Prevent and Recover From Injuries: Does It Work?

Stretching is a natural part of all exercise. We stretch…
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People Are Not Cars: We Do Not Breakdown, We Adapt

Analogies are wonderful tools for expressing ideas and explaining…
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We Need to Restore the Lost Art of the Clinical Examination

Eliminating Wasteful Exams and Focusing on the Patient's…
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How Do We Prevent Injuries?

Assessing return to sport and injury prevention models There…
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What Causes Running Injuries?

News flash, runners injure themselves frequently. Making…
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Can we prevent injuries?

“Don’t lift with your back rounded or you will hurt yourself!” I…
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The Art of the Clinical Debate

Punching People in the Face with Facts Doesn't Work Allow…
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How Much Sleep Do You Actually Need?

I cringe every time I hear the phrase “I’ll sleep when…
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How true is "use it or lose it" in patient care? The influence of the reversibility principle.

“Use it or lose it” It is highly likely you have heard…
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Seeing into the future: How can physical therapists effectively develop a prognosis?

Building a plan of care (POC) and developing a prognosis…
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Stop Focusing On The Negatives: Risks And Impairments Are Only Part Of The Patient Assessment

If you have ever tried out for a sports team or a role…