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Person centred management of running injuries by Tom Goom

How to apply the Biopsychosocial model to runners? Great free webinar by Tom Goom about a person centred approach for the management of running injuries!  Very good information for all physiotherapists, which you can use immediately in the clinic! He shows how to apply this via a case study of a runner. Check out the …

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The Bio-Psycho-Social Model… ALL components are important!

Great guest blogpost by Ben Cormack about the components of the Bio-Psycho-Social model! 🙂 Ben Cormack runs Cor-Kinetic, an educational company that delivers continuing education courses in how to use movement therapeutically in a framework of modern evidence and science in pain, movement and rehabilitation. Cor-kinetic deliver courses worldwide having previously worked in the US, …

Hamstring Tendinopathy

Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy- Introduction

Great blogpost by the guys from Evidence Based Movement about proximal hamstring tendinopathy! 🙂 They share some good quality information and video’s.   Evidence Based Movement (EBM), are current 3rd year Doctoral of Physical Therapy students that reside in the United States. The focus of our page is simplify current scientific research, as it relates to …

Load Management Part 1: Overuse? or Under-Prepared?

Very important blogpost by Mick Hughes about load management! 🙂 Load management is something that every physiotherapist has to become familiar with. Mick Hughes is the head Physiotherapist of the Collingwood Magpies Netball team and shares his time between Collingwood and The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre. He is a keen blogger and posts regularly on …

50 shades of pain Moseley

50 Shades of Pain with Prof. Lorimer Moseley

Great blogpost by Lars Avemarie, where he shares 50 quotes from Lorimer Moseley! Very important information for all physiotherapists! Check out his Facebook page here. For more great quotes from other pain experts, you can go to his website.   I have for a long time, been reading pain science studies and viewing lectures by …

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The benefits of exercise on depression!

Great blogpost by Daniel Quinn about the effects of exercise on depression! Daniel Quinn is the clinic director of ReBalance Physiotherapy. He is a keen blogger and posts regularly on sports physio and strength and conditioning topics. His clinics website contains many of his previous blogs. He is active on social media regularly posting blogs …

Call to action to all physiotherapists!

We have a beautiful job where we have the opportunity to help people reduce their pain, be stronger and to have less disabilities. But, we as physiotherapists have to do better!   I think, we have to stop making people worse with treatments focused on their flaws or “dysfunctions”, “vertebrae being out of alignment”, “leg length …

Balancing training load and tissue capacity

Great blogpost by Tom Goom about the balance between training load and tissue capacity. This is one of the most important aspects of rehabilitation to understand and to explain to your patients! I’m very happy that Tom agreed to let me use this blogpost of his for the Trust me, I’m a Physiotherapist website. 🙂 You …

Ankle Sprains & Lower Limb Injury: Can We Identify Those At Risk?

Great blogpost by Mick Hughes about if we can identify athletes who are in a risk of injury! 🙂 Mick Hughes is the head Physiotherapist of the Collingwood Magpies Netball team and shares his time between Collingwood and The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre. He is a keen blogger and posts regularly on sports physio and …

Don’t get on the Modality Rollercoaster

This was a great Facebook post by Lars Avemarie! 🙂 He talks about the fact that we, physiotherapists, are very focused on getting more “tools” in our toolbox and that we shouldn’t get so fast on the Modality Rollercoaster. Maybe we have to take a different route as a profession… more based on sound clinical reasoning …