Our first guest post comes from a previous guest, Diane Lee. You will remember her from our fabulous podcast in the past. Here, Diane has written a post about a recent case that she encountered in her clinic and how she utilized her Integrated Systems Model to clinically reason her way through a complex patient. Please enjoy this first guest post to the Forum!Read More
Check out our latest video. It’s actually another different way of mobilizing the AC joint. I actually like it a lot better than our previous video (although they really aren’t doing the same thing). So, check out this update and try it out on your patients. Then, let us know what you think!Read More
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In this podcast, I answer questions that a student had sent me regarding various topics of being a young professional. Many things discussed could be helpful to clinicians of all experience levels. I would sincerely appreciate your feedback and thoughts regarding these topics as I believe that all readers/listeners would benefit from a quality discussion. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy!Read More
What is “manual therapy”? Here I give my thoughts on a topic that this site is dedicated toward!Read More
The AC joint can be a very stubborn (and stiff) joint that wreaks havoc in patients with shoulder limitations or pain. There are many ways to mobilization or manipulate this joint to restore movement. However, I haven’t really seen any mobilizations that specifically work to improve congruency of the joint and/or abduction range of motion. This video explains my thought process and how I’ve worked to improve these two things on a patient with previous history of grade II separation.Read More