In this post, I discuss some things I've picked up over the years to help us know when it is not a good idea to manipulate a patient. A lot of therapists are very interested in obtaining the skills of manipulation, and subsequently eager to practice those skills. However, we should always understand who NOT to manipulate in our attempts to do no harm.
We get to speak with Ray Klepper PT, DPT again regarding all things nutrition. There has been a growing wave of interest in different lifestyles in the recent months and years, with much controversy coming with it. Here, we dissect many topics related to these lifestyles and how they impact our lives in the clinic.
A Happy Easter message for all!
This post highlights more coverage of some key presentations at this year's APTA Combined Sections Meeting. A pelvic health physical therapist attended presentations largely provided by the Women's Health Section. Here is a report of her experience there...
You know those moments when you talk with someone and things are said that you know will stick with you for a reeeeeeeeally long time? Yeah, this is one of those moments. Cheryl Wardlaw graces us all with her presence in this latest conversation. Give it a listen, you won't regret it!