In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT Faculty member Bill Temes addresses a post-MVA CT Junction patient. Let us know if you have any questions at all, and for more manual therapy learning opportunities near you including Manip Like a Girl, Dry Needling Upper Quadrant and Lumbopelvic Spine, browse our upcoming course calendar.
In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT faculty Member Kathy Stupansky, PT, DSc, OCS, FAAOMPT demonstrates her technique for increasing movement in the lumbar spine in older patient populations. Let us know if you have any questions at all and for more hands-on, in-depth learning browse our upcoming courses including Cervical Spine, Lower Extremity, Manip… Continue reading Increasing Movement in the Lumbar Spine of Older Patients
This week we recommend taking a look at the following abstract: Koppenhaver SL et al. The association between dry needling-induced twitch response and change in pain and muscle function in patients with low back pain: a quasi-experimental study. Physiotherapy (2016) Objective: To investigate the relationship between dry needling-induced twitch response and change in pain, disability,… Continue reading Abstract of The Week: The association between dry needling-induced twitch response and change in pain and muscle function in patients with low back pain
Aaand the incredible young leaders in PT keep on coming…If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of running into him in person at a conference or out there in the Twittersphere, allow us to introduce you to William C. Stokes, a third year DPT student at Wingate University, where he’s President of Student Government and a recent APTA Core Ambassador for North… Continue reading PT Profile: William Stokes
In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT distinguished faculty instructor Ann Porter Hoke, PT, DPT, OCS, FCAMPT, FAAOMPT demonstrates an alternative thoracic gapping technique for physical therapists that are small in stature. For more expert guidance, browse our manual therapy courses happening online and on the ground in clinics across the United States.
This week, we recommend taking a look at an abstract that was published in June 2016: Neuromechanical response to spinal manipulation therapy: effects of a constant rate of force application. Why do I think this one matters? Well…physics. It all comes back to physics. Speed. Velocity. Amplitude. All words that made my head spin during college… Continue reading Abstract of the Week: Neuromechanical response to spinal manipulation therapy: effects of a constant rate of force application.
In the NAIOMT manual therapy video below, faculty member Bill Temes, PT, MS, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT addresses an example case of cervical issues post MVA. For a more comprehensive review of cervical spine assessments and treatments and much more, browse manual therapy courses coming up across the country, including Spinal Manipulation, Assessment/Treatment of the Injured Runner, Lower &… Continue reading Post MVA Cervical Case (Video)