Tag: critical thinking

Gifford’s Gifts

Gifford’s Gifts

One of the pioneers for the modern pain science/biopsychosocial movements in MSK care was Louis Gifford, a physiotherapist from Cornwall, UK.  Unfortunately, he passed away from cancer in 2014.  During his time he was responsible for challenging long held beliefs and traditions within the PT community.  His relentless desire to read, learn, and teach has provided significant knowledge and inspiration…

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Evidence Based Pain Management for Massage Therapists – Online – Self Directed

Evidence Based Pain Management for Massage Therapists – Online – Self Directed

This is a comprehensive self directed online course covering everything you need to know about the science of pain, manual therapy, principles of movement modifications, clinical reasoning and the rehabilitation sciences.  This course covers everything I teach in my live courses, and much more! Participants will enhance their knowledge and learn to embrace current research to become the best evidence…

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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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