Category: Clinical Reasoning

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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Why we need to stop blaming the Transversus Abdominis for back pain

This was originally posted on Brendan Mouatt’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! The idea of targeting interventions towards the deep core musculature…

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Why Do Muscles Feel Tight?

This was originally posted on Todd Hargrove’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! Why do muscles feel tight? Does that mean they are…

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Is There Such Thing as a Bad Exercise?

This was originally posted on Ben Cormack’s blog and shared here with permission – enjoy the read! Well, like most things in the world of…

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Meniscal Tears And ‘Mechanical Symptoms’ – An Unsolved Puzzle

Mechanical symptoms in combination with a meniscal tear on MRI is currently a strong indication for arthroscopic meniscal surgery. We recently conducted several studies that…

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Reconciling Spinal Flexion and Pain: We are all doomed to failure but perhaps it doesn’t matter

This was originally posted on Greg Lehmans blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! How is that for a title? A major concern of…

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When Does Biomechanics Matter?

This was originally posted on Greg Lehmans blog and shared here with permission – enjoy! I am a biopsychosocialist. I believe that biomechanics often matter…

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All you ever wanted to know about back pain

Both misunderstood and mismanaged, low back pain is a huge source of suffering for many people worldwide. Here’s the up-to-date knowledge on the condition and…

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Is Movement Strategy a Matter of Age?

Background/objectives: How we should lift things up from the floor has always been a source of debate in both the worlds of healthcare AND fitness….

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