Posts tagged "physical therapy"

Greg Dea: Feedback and Cueing – Part 2 – Reliable Strategies

Greg Dea details visual, verbal and tactile cues and provides examples of using scientifically reliable and valid feedback strategies and cueing strategies...

Chuck Wolf: Muscle Energy Techniques

Do not build stability on top of stability. After considering the health and activity history and lifestyle of a client, Muscle Energy Techniques are often helpful to gain not only stim...

Sue Falsone and Gray Cook: What is Functional Training?

Sue Falsone and Gray Cook were able to catch up on the lecture circuit. We’re glad that one of them thought it would be a good idea to hit record when they started discussing function...

Sue Falsone: Pain Theories

Pain is a reality of rehab and performance, and the more you understand, the more you can help your client or patient understand. In this excerpt, Sue Falsone summarizes a few of the mo...

Greg Dea: Feedback and Cueing – Making Them Work Together

When coaching, we decide if a movement is satisfactory or not. That means it’s also up to us to decide which coaching strategies of feedback and cueing to use to change the individual...

Maggie Selzer & Garrett Bullock: What is Motor Control?

When you use the term “motor control,” you know what you mean. But do you know what motor control means to your listener? To your colleagues? What is motor control and why is it so ...

Lorimer Moseley: Pain, Stimulus and Meaning

What does it mean when pain changes while the stimulus remains the same? Lorimer Moseley looks at the complexity of pain beyond nociception.

Sue Falsone: The Normal Shoulder Joint

Where should a shoulder assessment start? Sue Falsone highlights ideal shoulder joint anatomy and identifies common issues, especially among overhead athletes.

Rod Harris: When Competent Trumps Expert

Competent means good and expert means better . . . right? Rod Harris looks at specialization, favored modalities and what can happen when expertise comes at the expense of a broad skill...

Kathy Dooley: You Can Learn Anatomy

Don’t let anatomy scare you. Let Kathy Dooley show you that you need to feel the body and move the body in order to fully learn anatomy.

Charlie Weingroff: Janda’s Upper and Lower Crossed Syndromes

Charlie Weingroff provides a quick review of Janda’s Upper and Lower Crossed Syndromes and covers the meanings and implications of inhibition and facilitation.

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