Written by someone far smarter than me, but which I can most definitely relate to

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Written by someone far smarter than me, but which I can most definitely relate to: “I’m fascinated with the dissonance we all face when being introduce to these concepts. For myself, it was really really hard, moving away from the tissue-centered/tissue-explaining model. My entire professional identity went into chaos. It … Read More

Biopsychosocial Framework

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Asked earlier today to explain the biopsychosocial framework, this was my response; I hope I’ve done it justice: — The foundation of the biopsychosocial model (BSP) is understanding the physiology and mechanisms of pain. Contrary to common misconception it is not a dichotomous ‘all biomechanical’ vs ‘all ‘psychological’ debate. It … Read More

Welcome to THE KETTLEBELL PHYSIO

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Personal Training with a Physio – what the..?   For most people Private Practice ‘Physiotherapy’ = Manual Therapy; lying down on a treatment table being rubbed, pulled and poked under the expectation of being treated and ‘fixed’. The reality is that in Private Practice (which is only a small proportion … Read More