‘Core’ matters

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Understanding the real role of ‘the core’ and how to properly retrain its function is important in ‘injury’ prevention and rehabilitation.

Re-examining the ‘bio’ in a biopsychosocial approach to the management of pain

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In the biopsychosocial model the ‘bio’ aspect risks being a poor relation to the psychosocial. How well do we understand and deal with it?

Reflecting upon the 3rd International Fascia Conference

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Structural and functional importance of the fascial system. Discover how chronic low load repetitive motions are associated with peripheral inflammation and cortical change.

We’re online!

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Dear colleagues, I’d like to let you know about my new website, which has been created for the benefit of clinicians. Here, I will be sharing some of the clinical knowledge that I have gleaned over many years of clinical practice. I … Read More

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