Musculoskeletal Monday: Mix Tape

Today’s post is dedicated the mix tape. For those of you who remember, the mix tape was the perfect combination of songs to convey to someone how you felt teenager, 1980s). They were difficult to make, imperfect, but in the end, satisfying. Therapy can be like a mix tape.  Each day we bring our best… Continue reading Musculoskeletal Monday: Mix Tape

Musculoskeletal Monday: The Lumbar Disc

Anatomy Doesn’t Lie One of my favorite books is Clinical and Radiological Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine by Nikolai Bogduk. It is currently in its 5th edition and is the most detailed and functional explanation of lumbar anatomy. The entire second chapter is dedicated to the interbody joints and the intervertebral disc, and although the… Continue reading Musculoskeletal Monday: The Lumbar Disc

Musculoskeletal Monday: Sensational Sensation

There has been a lot of discussion in research and on social media regarding central sensitization. A feature of this phenomena is allodynia. This week’s post takes an in-depth look at the many features of sensation and how to use these to enhance your clinical reasoning. Anatomy Doesn’t Lie If you get a chance to… Continue reading Musculoskeletal Monday: Sensational Sensation