GRRRRRRR!!!

It blows my mind what therapists consider to be skilled physical therapy. Our profession is so bloated with garbage interventions and a perception of self-importance. So many, including myself when I first graduated, believe that our “hands on” treatment is…

Normalcy

I hate this term in general, but I especially hate it in the medical field. I hate it when clinicians try and pigeonhole everyone into a group of expected norms. I see people get labeled due to “excessive” range of…

But I’m bone-on-bone!

This is a very common statement in many of the patients that we see. Patients arrive with a report from their xray that sees that they have severe arthtitis in their knee. Unfortunately it is a massive battle to talk…

Who has time to go to PT 3 x a week!

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Professional Embarrassment

Today’s Northampton Days event turned out to be very enlightening, pretty embarrassing, and incredibly frustrating. Chris and I were lucky enough to have some really good conversations with people in the area. We were able to convey our key principles,…