Blog

This is a collection of the best physiotherapy blogs online.

“What Running Shoes Do You Think I Should Buy?”

Pseudoscience is rife in the sporting world, with no better example than the myths and fallacies surrounding the not so humble running shoe. Mountains of…

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What Physios Should Know About Strength & Conditioning

As a strength and conditioning coach I have had experience working in a range of different environments, from working with general population doing personal training,…

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Clinical Reasoning In Manual Therapy

This was originally posted on Dr Nick Efthimiou’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! Touch is an important part of human interaction. Pain…

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Reasoning Dosage for Persistent Pain: An update.

We’ve all seen that familiar face pulled by people living with persistent pain who are being asked to exercise for the first time. Exercise can…

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Surgery Vs Conservative Management of Femoral Acetabular Impingement Syndrome (FAIS) – Part I

Reflections on the 2018 “FASHION” Trial   In Australia, between 2010 and 2013, the number of people undergoing hip arthroscopy increased by over 50% (Medicare…

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What 3 Hybrid Physical Therapists and Strength Coaches Want You to Know About Pain, Exercise, & Movement

If there’s one thing the media (social media in particular) has taught us, it’s that everyone has an opinion on everything. It’s become frighteningly easy…

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Load Management in the Workplace

Load Training load has been defined as the cumulative amount of stress (physiological, psychological, or mechanical) placed on an individual from a single or multiple…

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Proximal Rectus Femoris Rehab Ideas

I recently published this video to discuss some rehabilitation ideas for proximal rectus femoris injuries and the response has been fantastic. However, a common question that…

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Why There is NOTHING Wrong With the Dreaded Knee Extension Exercise

This was originally posted on Jarod Hall’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! Background: As far back as I can remember through undergrad…

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