Casey’s Story: A Guest Blog


I've decided to share a story about someone that had a wonderful outcome from engaging in a pain program. The story takes you on a rollercoaster ride of physical and emotional experiences.  I agreed to share it because the story identifies areas in our current practice that have created misconceptions about pain and what to do [...]

When is CRPS, CRPS?


Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is a tricky condition. It’s a challenging pain condition for clinicians and can be a crippling pain condition for people living with it. The condition presents as a diverse set of signs and symptoms including inflammatory, sensory/motor, autonomic abnormalities and pain. Most commonly, CRPS tends to present following an injury directly [...]

31 Days Project: Connectivity


I'm always on the hunt for new information on why physiotherapists should broaden their perspectives through 1)  how we connect with people and 2) in what ways we connect with them. Connectivity is an emerging concept in physiotherapy. Several papers have been published discussing and arguing the broader view of the connections people make between ‘one’s [...]

What’s next for Physiotherapy: Euthanizing the status quo?


I recently carried the torch for the PhysioCPDRevolution by presenting some of my own musings and readings about what might be a direction for physiotherapy. Below is a slightly adapted version of the transcript I presented. The presentation was recorded on Facebook Live (here). The PhysioCPDRevolution was also a year old and so I felt [...]