If you missed the live presentation yesterday, don't worry, I've got the replay right here for you. My good friend Paul Elliott (some of you may know him from Stretching Canada) has been a thought leader and educator in manual therapy for decades and is just an all round nice guy!We sat down and had a good ol" chat discussing all things … [Read more...]
British Fascial Online Symposium 2020!
Due to the current global pandemic, the British Fascial Symposium 2020 LIVE event has been cancelled. I had been scheduled to instruct 3 classes over the amazing 2 day live event in England. I got the sad news on the same day that my Temporary UK Work Visa got approved! LOL!The British Fascial Symposium 2020 will now be Streamed ONLINE! I'll … [Read more...]
(VIDEO INSIDE) Elbow Fracture Treatment Gone Wrong!
Helping Incorporate Research and Manual Techniques into your Massage Therapy Practice! One problem that we all can be affected by as rehabilitation professionals is tunnel vision. We can lose sight of the structures affected by an injury or condition and we and our patients set our sights on attempting to attain pre-injury function, ROM and … [Read more...]
(VIDEO INSIDE) The Winds of Change…Reconceptualizing LAST by removing Myth and Trend!
Since the late 1990's I've constantly challenged myself to change the old inherited narrative (the Story) of Ligamentous Articular Strain Technique. Many of the books and texts instructing the "Myth and Trend" stories of how and why results were being seen, were completely unfounded, untrue and in some cases, completely imagined. To make the … [Read more...]
Do You Do These 4 SI Joint Assessment Tests?
Do you do these 4 SI Joint assessment tests? the standing flexion test, the prone knee flexion test, the supine long sitting test, and palpation of posterior superior iliac spine (PSIS) heights in a sitting position You may want to rethink your assessment techniques. Conclusion The intertester reliability of assessments … [Read more...]
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