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What is Central Sensitization?

Very excited that prof. dr. Jo Nijs wanted to make a short online lecture about central sensitization! 🙂 It is an interesting and important topic for physiotherapists! He will answer these two questions: 1. What is central sensitization and what are the underlying...

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Is posture really THAT important?

Is posture really THAT important?

We, physiotherapists, are very focused on posture as a cause of pain. But, is it a posture problem, or is it a movement problem? Does anterior pelvic tilt cause low back pain? Could posture be the results, not cause of pain? What does the research say about posture?...

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Just Load It!

Just Load It!

Great blogpost by Erik Meira where he explains why we should load our tissues! 🙂 Erik Meira is a physical therapist who has authored several articles and textbook chapters and has lectured privately and at conferences sponsored through the National Strength and...

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Discs don’t slip DAMMIT

Discs don’t slip DAMMIT

Awesome guest blogpost by Jarod Hall about the intervertebral disc! 🙂 Our communication to our patients is very important and that begins with good understanding of the anatomy and physiology. Jarod does a great job explaining why we shouldn't be fearful for our back...

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9 tendinopathy truths that you MUST know

9 tendinopathy truths that you MUST know

Very excited to announce that Peter Malliaras was willing to share his 9 tendinopathy truths that you must know! 🙂 Great information here! Peter Malliaras is a physiotherapist and researcher from Melbourne, Australia specializing in tendinopathy. In 2006 he completed...

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Functional hamstring rehabilitation

New guest blogpost about functional hamstring rehabilitation! I am very excited and honoured that Tom Goom wanted to write a blogpost about hamstring rehabilitation. Check out his awesome website: running-physio.com. Great information there! Tom Goom is a physio,...

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Health literacy

Health literacy

Tailoring health information and health literacy. First guest blogpost! 🙂 Bob Vermeeren-de Groot, a dutch physio- and manual therapist, Msc. His expertise domain is pain in general and he predominantly treats people with spine, shoulder and hip pain. He works in a...

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No, your pelvis is not out of place…

No, your pelvis is not out of place…

No, your pelvis is not out of place… You often hear your patients tell you: "My pelvis is misaligned, can you put it back in place?" A lot of people have beliefs about their back that are not evidence based.                ...

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