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Case Histories
In a recent blog I covered the testing of the feet and ankles. Today we are going to cover the case of Jeremy Reilly, a personal trainer and golf pro. Jeremy published a video which showed his lack of ankle dorsiflexion. Jeremy’s approach, like 99% of therapists and trainers was to try to regain mobility...
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When your patients don’t get better in spite of everything you’ve been taught, do you blame the patient or realise that your own education is lacking? This chiropractor needed help to recover normal function but nothing in his training prepared him for the answer to his problem. Find out exactly how he got better in...
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An interesting case showcasing afferent input. A young man with a diagnosis of torticollis (which was really involuntary movement) and winging of the scapulae. I diagnosed the cause of his nerve interference on his first visit and here you can see the 4 week and 6 month follow-up. If you look carefully you will see this...
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I don’t know why “pop and pray” is considered normal and acceptable. We see it all the time, even in medicine. Evidence based medicine turns into “suck it and see,” trial and error, “we will reassess you in 12 visits,” which we all know it has to be because even statistically significant doesn’t mean that...
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