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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...

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Racquet sports help you live longer!

Racquet sports help you live longer!

Great review of a study about all-cause mortality by Mick Hughes! 🙂 Racquet sports significantly reduce the risk of all-cause mortality. Mick Hughes is the head Physiotherapist of the Collingwood Magpies Netball team and shares his time between Collingwood and The...

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No eccentric hamstring action during running?

No eccentric hamstring action during running?

Do we need to use eccentric or isometric exercises to prevent hamstring injuries and improve sports performance? Great question and blogpost by Bas van Hooren! 🙂 Bas Van Hooren is a sport scientist, athlete and freelance strength and conditioning specialist from...

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Is it OK to K tape…?

Great blogpost by Adam Meakins questioning the use of k tape! 🙂 It is always good as physiotherapists to be open to new ideas and to remain critical on your own clinical reasoning process. After reading the blogpost, what do you think? Adam is a specialist sports...

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Squat myth – Knees should never go past your toes

Great blogpost by Tim Rowland where he dispells a myth about the squat! 🙂 You often hear physiotherapists tell their patients to not let their knees over their toes, because it puts more pressure on the knee joint. When patients have anterior knee pain, putting more...

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4 misconceptions regarding core stability training

Great blogpost by Bas van Hooren about core stability! 🙂 He will discuss 4 misconceptions about core stability in this blog. Bas Van Hooren is a sport scientist, athlete and freelance strength and conditioning specialist from Maastricht, The Netherlands. He graduated...

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