Tag: Biopsychosocial

Gluteal Amnesia: Real, Relevant or Ridiculous?

Gluteal Amnesia: Real, Relevant or Ridiculous?

Gluteal Amnesia, Sleepy Glutes, Lazy Butt Syndrome These are some common terms used to explain to clients why they are experiencing pain in their low back, sacral, hip or buttock area.  Or why they present with a perceived excessive anterior pelvic tilt, ‘tight’ hamstrings, or difficulty performing certain physical tasks.  This concept is based on the belief that the gluteal…

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2019 RMTAO Biopsychosocial Conference

2019 RMTAO Biopsychosocial Conference

This blog is significantly delayed being posted.  Better late than never. The Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario (RMTAO) educational conference was held in Toronto on June 1st/2019.  The conference theme fit my personal bias, biopsychosocial (BPS). The idea was to introduce some current evidence based BPS topics to RMTs.  I loved the idea of the conference, but the structure was a…

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