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Reading Between The Lines
Reading Between The Lines

Two hours before our scheduled 1st appointment I got a message to call this lady as she felt that she was in “too much pain” to attend for assessment.  There... [Read more of this post]

Breathing Control – musculoskeletal applications
Breathing Control – musculoskeletal applications

Breathing control is a topic close to the hearts of most physiotherapists.  My recollection is that respiratory care in general was never a particularly popular speciality in my... [Read more of this post]

Biologic Joint Replacement
Biologic Joint Replacement

The future of joint replacement? As physiotherapists there is something intuitively attractive about biological joint replacement relative to traditional implant devices. The attraction of normal biomechanical charactaristics,... [Read more of this post]

Reconceptualisation of Pain
Reconceptualisation of Pain

Just for the record…. Pain does not provide a reliable measure of tissue state. Pain is modulated by many factors from across somatic, psychological and social domains. The relationship between pain... [Read more of this post]

Can You Handle the Truth?
Can You Handle the Truth?

Hardly a day goes by where physiotherapists don’t see an article related to the importance of addressing psychosocial issues in the management of musculoskeletal pain disorders. The model that... [Read more of this post]

Mobilisation with Movement
Mobilisation with Movement

Wow, 2 big hitters in a  week! Professor Peter O’Sullivan last week and Professor Bill Vicenzino this week. All that on top of the Queen, Barak Obama and Leinster winning rugby’s Heineken Cup European... [Read more of this post]

Peter O’Sullivan Interview
Peter O’Sullivan Interview

Special treat today… Following on from last weeks discussion on Cognitive Functional Therapy (CFT) today’s post is an interview  with Professor Peter O’Sullivan discussing the origins of the CFT... [Read more of this post]

Cognitive Functional Therapy
Cognitive Functional Therapy

In today’s post I want to feedback on a three-day workshop I just completed with Prof. Peter O’Sullivan, Physiotherapist from Curtin University, Western Australia. Most of you will be aware of... [Read more of this post]

I haven’t done my Exercises
I haven’t done my Exercises

I haven’t done my exercises was the message received.  Please cancel my scheduled appointment – this was the 2nd cancellation in succession since previous review 2 months ago. This got me... [Read more of this post]

Pain and the Brain – the mind/body connection
Pain and the Brain – the mind/body connection

Mind/body interaction and our perception of pain has been studied intensively in recent decades.  We have discussed pain mechanisms previously on this blog but suffice it to say at... [Read more of this post]

Audios

Shoulder Impingement Rehabilitation – Part 2
Shoulder Impingement Rehabilitation – Part 2

Welcome to all of you who were at the sports rehabilitation seminar in UCD, Dublin... 

Shoulder Impingement Rehabilitation – Part 1
Shoulder Impingement Rehabilitation – Part 1

Welcome to all of you who were at the sports rehabilitation seminar in UCD, Dublin... 

Resources

Knee physical examination
Knee physical examination

Observation limb when walking From behind: ankle and knee varus/valgus rotation... 

Hip physical examination
Hip physical examination

1. STANDING Observation From behind: lower limb rotation/ position of feet knee...