What would Greg do?

TheKettleBellPhysioBlog, Business0 Comments

The Lehman effect. This can be summarised with the question: “What would Greg do?” Reflection is an important component of clinical practice. It was drummed into me as a student but it wasn’t something that I felt I was very good at. I certainly didn’t enjoy it much, mostly because … Read More

“Do as I say, not as I do”

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In episode #55 of the Physio Edge Podcast here, Brad Neal used the phrase “do as I say, not as I do” in relation to continuing to run with knee pain. I get it. It’s human nature. I think it’s also worth considering that when people (Physiotherapists) *do* things differently … Read More

Why I care less about anatomy

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My journey to becoming a Doctor of Physiotherapy started in January 2005. Turning 30 that year, I returned to full-time study to become a Personal Trainer. It introduced me to anatomy and physiology, of which I remembered absolutely nothing from school. Not one bit. Maybe I’d learnt it and forgotten … Read More