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PROACTIVE VERSUS REACTIVE Part I

PROACTIVE VERSUS REACTIVE Part I

PROACTIVE VERSUS REACTIVE The first goal from my evaluation is to modulate pain.  This can be done through ice management elevation or even a modal...

PROACTIVE VERSUS REACTIVE Part II

PROACTIVE VERSUS REACTIVE Part II

PROACTIVE VERSUS REACTIVE Part II Part II examined why it is better to be proactive with your reset exercises.  Part II is about execution.  So, wh...

Clinical reasoning Framework Part II

Clinical reasoning Framework Part II

Clinical reasoning Framework Part II Part II of Clinical Reasoning Framework examines treatment validation through retesting. Data is collected v...

Clinical Reasoning Framework Part I

Clinical Reasoning Framework Part I

Clinical Reasoning Framework Part I  There are many different models for clinical reasoning framework during an assessment:  One simple model is: T...

Pattern/Symptom recognition Part III

Pattern/Symptom recognition Part III

Pattern/Symptom recognition Part III Pattern and symptom recognition is complicated and should be broken up into several stages with your patient...

Pattern/Symptom recognition Part II

Pattern/Symptom recognition Part II

Pattern/Symptom recognition Part II Pattern and symptom recognition is complicated and should be broken up into several stages with your patients...

Pattern/Symptom recognition Part I

Pattern/Symptom recognition Part I

Pattern/Symptom recognition Part I   Teaching a patient about symptom or pattern recognition is one of the most valuable assets you can provide you...

EBook

EBook

The Invertabelt System             Table of Contents Introduction…………............................................The Invertabelt System Chapter 1...

What is good posture?

What is good posture?

What is correct posture?   There is no perfect posture.  In fact, even trying to maintain perfect posture can sometimes can cause increase pain.  T...