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From the Blog

  • The Best Exercises Are…
    There are ongoing debates in the musculoskeletal health care world concerning what type of rehabilitative exercise is the most effective for particular injuries or conditions. After all the research is combed through, there is often no clear-cut answer. That being said, if you zoom out and take in…

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  • When To Begin Rehabilitation
    Like any discussion about a particular topic, it is always good to start by looking at the macro concepts that the topic lies within. Every human, no matter their age, gender, or ethnicity is subject to some basic principles of physiology. I will discuss a couple of these…

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  • The Role of Beliefs in Musculoskeletal Health Care
    It is widely acknowledged that health is multifactorial and the biopsychosocial model is one of, if not the most often used model to describe this concept. The BPS model considers biological, psychological and social factors and their complex interactions in understanding health and disease. (Figure 1). Beliefs are…

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