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Palpation of the Scapula

Check out this video on palpation of a key point on the scapula, often confused to be another structure in the upper quadrant.

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Stanley V. Paris, PT, PhD, FAPTA, HONLLD(OTAGO)

Ladies and gentlemen, manualtherapy.blog brings you the one-and-only Stanley Paris as youve never heard him before.

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Do NOT manipulate these people!

In this post, I discuss some things I’ve picked up over the years to help us know when it is not a good idea to manipulate a patient. A lot of therapists are very interested in obtaining the skills of manipulation, and subsequently eager to practice those skills. However, we should always understand who NOT to manipulate in our attempts to do no harm.

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Mike Rogers PT, (FM)AAOMPT, (Hon.)FAAOMPT

Today, we speak with Mike Rogers! Another historic person in the manual therapy education of physical therapists in the USA. If you love history, you’re going to want to listen to this conversation.

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The MOST IMPORTANT ankle stretch… ever!

This video demonstrates the most important of all ankle stretches for our patients with lower quadrant problems…

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