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The best fitness and rehab podcasts
Podcasts are a great way to learn, if you know how. Follow these 3 steps to get more out of podcasts and check out 12 of my favorite shows!
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10 things not to do if you have lower limb tendon pain 
By Professor Jill Cook. Rest completely The old adage of use it or lose it applies to tendons, resting just decreases the ability of the tendon to take loa
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Redefining manual therapy in a modern pain science world 
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If I had a career rewind 
Recently I have been peeking at the DPT student facebook page and it brought back some memories of my early days in the profession. Some memories I look back fondly on and others I cringe thinking about and want to grab the old me by the neck and shake some sense into him. Looking back there … Continued
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How to interpret your MRI results 
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Even pain science should be part of a multi modal treatment 
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Exercise with Age, Strong Sleeping, and Coaching vs Training - Mike Reinold
This week's Stuff You Should Read comes from Gretchen Reynolds, Ken Whetham, and Kevin Mullins.
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A great plan for self residency
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Dead Bug 2.0
Core stability is the key to unlocking an athlete’s optimal performance potential. Without it, forces cannot be efficiently transferred from the lower body to the upper extremities. The Dead Bug exercise is commonly thought of as a remedial core exercise best used in wimpy rehab programs. In
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Worn out trainers, great neuroscience nugget! 
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