Well I’ve had an exciting and challenging year. Blog posts, starting a podcast (yes another fucken podcast), a facebook community page, peer review for a major journal, arranging courses, an AUT study and have met, shared and laughed with many wonderful people along the way. So I wanted to extend my gratitude to a number [...]
That's right Know Pain is coming to NZ, again! We are continuing to look for organisers around NZ. How much we would love to have Mike back (i know he and Chris would love to come back), Dr Bronnie Thompson and I are honoured and flattered to have been asked by Mike to deliver Know [...]
CLINICIANS GET CREATIVE! So this is a short post on a new feature for the San Diego pain summit. I had a conversation with Rajam Roose (San Diego pain summit organiser) recently to discuss an idea to bring the creativity of clinicians together. It all started with a thought as most things do (nice little neural [...]
This is a brief thank you to all that have supported thenakedphysio this year. The last 5 months of 2014 writing my blog page has seen a mixture of thoughts, reactions, inspiration and collaboration. Having had some real eye-opening discoveries during my clinical career and meeting like-minded people (one in particular) have inspired me to write and join the blogging world. I have received some real complements and criticisms this year already that were completely unexpected and those that...... well....... I did expect.
Manual Therapy is the bread and butter some clinicians might say when it comes to treatment. There are various schools of thought on treatment application. This is a short report on my thoughts on Passive therapies and the evidence and critiques surrounding it. The discovery of pain science and a better understanding of brain neurophysiology has changed the way we think about treating patients.