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Expanded Joint by Joint

This will fill the void for those that suggest Joint by Joint is oversimplified. I suspect with some more thought and sets of eyes, it could be broken down even more. Gray’s feedback was to be cautious in terming mid-foot and mid-hand, so we must be attentive to recognize stability even in the context of […]

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  • March 22, 2010

6 Months after Sahrmann Workshop

It has been around 6 months or so since I had the opportunity to see Dr. Shirley Sahrmann speak in central New Jersey. My excitement around that time led me to my long outlined posts on the Forum from the notes that I scribbled down during the 2 days of the seminar. Over these last […]

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  • March 22, 2010

Shirley Sahrmann Workshop, Day 2 Notes

1. Correcting movement is not about stretching. 2. The future of physical therapy is getting paid for 4-6 visits; you better either get paid cash or know what you’re doing 3. Pattern recognition is the most important thing = diagnostic groups = Syndromes 4. Flexion/Rotation herniated discs – never do them 5. When you can’t […]

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  • March 22, 2010

Shirley Sahrmann Workshop, Day 1 Notes

1. The charisma that I think is so beneficial to be a leader in our profession was clear in the first 5 minutes. A friendly arrogance similar to Stuart McGill was something I appreciated very much. She was a fantastic presenter and engaging. 2. A 2nd book is coming out on the neck, t-spine, elbow, […]

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  • March 22, 2010

Whole Body Vibration Basics for Physical Therapists

As you may know, I am the Director of Clinical Education for the Vibraflex Whole-Body Vibration WBV) Platform. I believe very strongly in the benefits and uses of WBV, and I think it has a very global role in what many of us are doing. At this point, I don’t see it as a fad […]

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  • March 22, 2010
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