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Jerry Ketola
Osteopath, lecturer and author. MSc in excercise medicine. Studying pain science and humanity keeps me going. Mind is the boss, the body comes along.
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Peter O'Sullivan Aug 10
I have never had a complaint asking a patient what they believe is the cause of their pain, how it impacts on the different aspects of their life (physical, emotional, social, work lifestyle), how they are coping with it, how it makes them feel - this is just good patient care.
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Jerry Ketola Aug 10
Näin se on justiinsa. Voita siinä sitten..kele! 😇😇
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Joletta Belton Aug 8
New post is up. It may be a little rantish, in response to pushback I see on social media in regard to taking care with language or recognizing that words matter. As though language is inconsequential. It's not. It's words that we remember.
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Jerry Ketola Aug 8
Replying to @MyCuppaJo
Thank you Jo for the read ❤️. Super important and high value information to share. We need to do better, we need to be educated better in the first place as undergraduate clinicians to understand true meaning of words we say.
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Derek Griffin Aug 4
What every patient should ask: will this treatment change my outcome?
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Peter O'Sullivan Aug 3
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Kieran O'Sullivan Aug 1
The utter quackery of the wellness industry (via )
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Peter O'Sullivan Jul 25
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Body In Mind Jul 9
Kai Karos on pain as a threat to the social self
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Bronnie Lennox Thompson Jul 8
The confidence that you’ll succeed if you try…
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Peter O'Sullivan Jul 7
With all this talk of hypermobility, dysfunction, instability and subluxations - please read this before you tell patients this stuff : Our words can do harm! Words and perceptions: therapy or threat?
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Jerry Ketola Jul 3
Great paper Mike 👌🏼💪🏼 Congrats!!
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Mike Stewart Jul 3
Absolutely thrilled to have published this viewpoint with Prof. Stephen Loftus: Huge thanks to for his support throughout.
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Jerry Ketola Jul 2
Replying to @MyCuppaJo
Great list Joletta, thx for sharing 👍🏻
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Jerry Ketola Jun 30
What are your thoughts of the book? and Could low-grade inflammation be an answer to some people’s (certain genotypes) chronic pain too? Any studies on measuring e.g CRP in a clinical trial on chronic pain?
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Michael Ingle Jun 26
We don’t offer magic cures for diabetes, asthma, migraines ad obesity. So why do we try to for musculoskeletal pain?
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Peter O'Sullivan Jun 26
Feeling pain? Get active: How to recognise when you're in a modern medical trap.
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Peter O'Sullivan Jun 26
Myth that persistent musculoskeletal pain with no obvious cause can be cured via
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Peter O'Sullivan Jun 23
Agree - we should only teach things that are valid, reliable and evidence based! NOT SI Jt movement palpation, rib instability, joint positional faults etc. This stuff leaves honest / reflective physios feeling incompetent...and leads to patients being told nocebic nonsense.
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Physio Meets Science Jun 20
LATEST...Musculoskeletal pain and exercise—challenging existing paradigms and introducing new 👍👇👇👇 and colleagues
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