Models of Loading Tissue Homeostasis Dr. Dye extensively described the tissue homeostasis model in relation to patellofemoral pain, but it can be extrapolated to other areas.4,7,8 In brief, this model proposes that many clinical issues can be related to a disruption of the local tissue’s homeostasis due to exposure to stress beyond its adaptive ability…. Continue reading
Physical therapy is defining itself around movement, and therapists are increasingly identifying themselves as movement practitioners. Because of this, an understanding of motor control should influence our clinical decision-making. A constraints-based view of movement allows us to discuss movement as emerging from the interaction of three major constraints: The environment The task The individual What… Continue reading
Another very informative live tweeting event I participated in was at the 2012 Sports Team Concept Conference. There is some great information and links in the stream. Click here for a comprehensive compilation of that conference.
Created by Scot Morrison These are the live tweets I did during the private seminar Patrick did at Drive #495. It was a great learning experience and I wanted to put my take away points down somewhere. So here it is. Please note this is only what I tweeted so you will not see the… Continue reading
Here are the notes I took from the 2012 CVASP Seminar during Val’s lecture. Click the link below to get a PDF complete with my iPad inspired illustrations. This was a very interesting presentation with a lot of take home points that I found beneficial. Also Val is a great presenter – if you get… Continue reading
(Originally posted on medbridgeeducation.com) Some quick stats: Fall-related medical costs totaled $30 billion in 2010 after being adjusted for inflation.1 About 1 out of every 3 adults past the age of 65 falls every year. The incidence increases with age and many of these falls result in injury.2 About 1/3 of those who fall fear… Continue reading