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Second Physio Surf Campin Bali with Jared Powell

Second Physio Surf Campin Bali with Jared Powell

Second Physio Surf Camp Bali with The Shoulder Physio: Jared Powell The Physio Surf Camp in Dreamsea Canggu, Bali includes: -4 nights accommodation (3 room types available) -Breakfast every morning (vegan and gluten-free options) -1x BBQ on Saturday night -6 hours of...

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Second Physio Surf Camp Bali with Jared Powell!

Second Physio Surf Camp Bali with Jared Powell!

Hi! The Physio Surf Camp combines learning, surfing, connecting and networking in a beautiful environment. Because of the great interest and most of the tickets were sold out on the first day, we are going to organize a second Physio Surf Camp in Bali! 🙂 The ticket...

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What if…

What if…

What if people in pain would not come to physiotherapists to be passively treated....that physiotherapists are not only looking for things that are wrong in the human body ("dysfunctions") and are fearful of movement (don't bend, because your disc will pop out) and...

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The 5 “secrets” to get free scientific papers

The 5 “secrets” to get free scientific papers

The pressure to be an evidence based practitioner is increasing, and gaining more and more momentum globally, even though there are still some “dinosaurs”, as physiotherapist Adam Meakins has called them, that resist this change. “The dinosaurs I am referring to are...

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Hypertrophy: should we use low loads or high loads?

Hypertrophy: should we use low loads or high loads?

Key learning points: Whether using low or high loads, the most important factor for maximizing hypertrophic responses is total volume and, probably, exertion. Low loads lead to hypertrophy due to metabolic stress as the main feature, so fatigue is a very important...

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Impinging on the impingement theory

Impinging on the impingement theory

In the 1970s and 80s Neer coined the term “subacromial impingement syndrome” (SIS) where he claimed that irritation of the rotator cuff, biceps tendon, and/or subacromial bursa contributed to rotator cuff tears & shoulder pain. This theory has been widely accepted...

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Webinar by Jarod Hall: “Avoiding Nocebo”

Dispelling myths with Jarod Hall with his great webinar: "Avoiding Nocebo". We should stop searching for things that are wrong with our patients and use different words. Jarod explains this very well and gives examples how to do this. Must see for all...

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