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Advanced Functional Rehab

Launching Physioblogger Live Course!!

Advanced Functional Rehab Advanced Functional Rehab is the first live course from Physioblogger and will be a live, practical  exploration of the concepts in the Advanced Article ‘Understanding Movement in Function‘. The course will be held at the Ospreys Training Ground at the Llandarcy Academy of Sport on the 25th of July.  Places will be […]

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Knee Pain – A Case Study

Knee Pain is extremely common and can be for many reasons, sometimes related to a direct trauma (causing anything from bruising/swelling to ligament or meniscus tears) or it can be something the comes on gradually for no apparent reason and is more diffuse pain, which is harder to put your finger on. Here’s the plan: […]

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The Lumbar Spine in Gait

I’ve been ranting a fair bit lately, so I thought it was time to get back to the functional movement based posts that are what this blog is all about 🙂  So today we will be looking at the lumbar spine in gait. It’s a tricky one in a lot of ways, there’s lots going […]

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Anatomical Foot Deformities: Bringing the Assessment Together

Having spent quite a while going through the assessment and impact of the different Anatomical Foot Deformities over the last few weeks, I thought one more post to bring things together would help.  Then on the next post we’ll start looking at the treatment strategies. Getting Started Once I think I have got to grips with […]

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New Case Study: ACL Sprain

All the case studies I’ve done so far have been based on things I have done, where I treatment has been completed.  They are usually cases that are interesting for one reason or another and demonstrate a particular understanding of function.  However, this one will be a live and ongoing!!  So far, I’ve only done […]

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Plantar Fasciitis: Assessing for the Root Cause

Last week we talked about understanding the root cause of plantar fasciitis and I promised to follow it up with some posts about assessment and treatment.  So today we will look at the assessment and how you track down the root cause.  I really do think of the assessment process  as a hunt, whereby you […]

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