Have you ever worked to improve ankle dorsiflexion by mobilizing the talocrural joint and stretching the calf of your patient, but still felt like there was some limitations? In this video, Dr. Thomason demonstrates how dorsiflexion at the talo-navicular joint can be limiting overall dorsiflexion, and how to mobilize this dysfunction. Enjoy! Matt
http://blog.aaompt.org/featured-fellow-matthew-s-thomason-pt-dpt-ocs-cfmt-ffmt-cmpt-faaompt/ The link above is for a short written interview with the AAOMPT blog, in their Featured Fellow section. You can hear my thoughts regarding fellowship experience and advice for younger clinicians. It's short and sweet, so hope you enjoy it! Cheers, Matt
For this interview, we have the pleasure of speaking with Jim Meadows BScPT, MCPA, FCAMT. The following is a biography that can be found on his website: Jim was chair of the Canadian Orthopedic Division's Education and Specialization Committees for 12 years and a past Examiner and Instructor with the Canadian Orthopedic Division. Jim is … Continue reading Interview with Jim Meadows BScPT, MCPA, FCAMT
I reckon this could be our first case report to share on the blog. Below, you will find my account of battling a kidney stone recently. Please share your thoughts, questions, comments below! Isn't it funny some of the things that happen right before you go on vacation? Last week, (Thursday night to be specific) I … Continue reading My bout with a kidney stone
More specficially, we want to hear from you! The blog has been up and running for a couple of months now and we've slowly put out some half-way decent content (maybe I'm bias though). However, I do want to hear from those of you that follow this blog or routinely check in to see what … Continue reading We want you!