Do you find it difficult to understand and recall all the terminology regarding test accuracy? You know, the stuff you vaguely remember covering in a Research Methods class at undergraduate level?
My thoughts on lumbo-sacral dysfunction and my approach to the treatment of this area.
I use the standing one-legged balance test a lot, finding it helps a great deal in the interpretation and prediction of lumbar spine dysfunction. This short article gives a summary of the issues.
Here’s a short article which tries to integrate or balance how patient’s see things with how we see things, all in the context of developing a structured thought process.
Here’s a short article about the thoracic spine.
For years I’ve been fascinated by the difference between things that are complicated and things that are complex, and how that relates to spinal functioning.
Some thoughts on the tricky idea of cause and effect along with how we can interpret reactions to treatment.
Oddly, some of the additional benefit a drug has relative to a placebo might be a quirk of the side-effects of the drug.
Some thoughts on speed as a component of the high-velocity thrust.