What do you do when a patient comes in and is disappointed that they are not better? When they are unhappy with the progress and are still in pain? When they seem to be losing faith in you and your treatment? This is something I’ve experience recently, and it got me thinking about the importance… Continue reading Great Expectations (Of Patients)
That hurts, but this was the conclusion of Arnold et al in the latest JOSPT titled “Does Physical Activity Increase After Total Hip or Knee Arthroplasty for Osteoarthritis?” This study does not support the idea that a “new joint” is going to return the recipient to an “active life.” In pondering this disappointing conclusion, I… Continue reading WHAT! No Change in Physical Activity After Joint Replacement?
In the video below, NAIOMT Guest Faculty Jessica McKinney, PT, MS reviews important medical screening elements for physical therapists working with pregnant patients. For more expert guidance, join Jessica and Susan Clinton for Manual Therapy and Pregnancy!
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again and again. But as you know, there’s a big problem in our country. People generally aren’t even aware of the depth of care, effective treatment and prevention that comes along with physical therapy. They’re not reaching PT soon enough, or even at all in many cases. They simply continue to… Continue reading Here’s What The Health Care System Needs Most
Movement is, indeed, a gift. Loving Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia’s Choose to Move series!
Aimee Mullins was born without fibulae. She had both her legs amputated when she was just one year old. Today she’s an olympian, speaker, actor and much more. In a 2010 Ted Talk she recounts her experience growing up, and emphasizes the power words have to either lift people up and propel them forward, or “put lids on… Continue reading The Power of What We SAY (Video)
We want to congratulate NAIOMT-certified Michelle Rodriguez MPT, OCS, CMPT of Manhattan Physio Group, for the amazing work she’s doing. Michelle’s master clinical skills, expertise, patient experience and intuition have helped countless top-notch dancers excel at their art, and according to her recent profile in the Wall Street Journal, her “reputation as a healer has even extended to Hollywood—Jennifer Connelly has praised her… Continue reading NAIOMT-Certified PT is “Healer of the Ballet Elite” Featured in Wall Street Journal