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Devang Dharek
Director/ Founder Rudraksh Physiotherapy Clinic. Diplomated MDT/McKenzie Therapist. Advanced center for Spinal and Joints Pain using McKenzie or MDT approach.
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McKenzie Institute Nov 14
A great little video from the French branch! Tres bien! great little video from the French branch! Tres bien!
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McKenzie Institute Nov 10
“No area of clinical over-treatment is as egregious as musculoskeletal care. Mis-diagnoses resulting in mis- and over-treatment and wildly excessive spending are especially blatant within low back pain care.” Dr Ron Donelson gett…
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Devang Dharek Oct 13
Replying to @PradhyumansinhR
Especially with MSK area
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Ash James 💭 Oct 2
'Abnormal' MRI findings in ASYMPTOMATIC individuals in the lumbar spine .... 1994 .....yep....1994
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Devang Dharek Sep 21
Replying to @GregLynch70
Congratulations & team 👍
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Derek Griffin Aug 22
Back braces, lumbar supports, foot orthoses & ergonomics DO NOT prevent back pain in the workplace. Exercise +/- education do! Let's stop non evidence-based strategies and get our workforce moving.
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Peter O'Sullivan Aug 11
I was asked by an athlete what I thought about foam rolling, spikey balls, rubbing, needles etc last week. My answer - it’s short term pain relief at best - ‘don’t use it to over scratch an itch’ - don’t be reliant on someone to fix u and better use of your money is a holiday.
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Peter O'Sullivan Aug 8
Sharing this information with your back pain patients - can really make a difference...
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Greg Lynch Feb 9
Great blog on the use of K-tape - hopefully clinicians using k-tape will have a good read & reconsider the use of this fad!! Hype Trains And Patience Ferries via
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Peter O'Sullivan Aug 8
The associations between magnetic resonance imaging findings and low back pain: A 10-year longitudinal analysis
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Peter O'Sullivan Jul 21
THIS KIND OF REPORTING ISNT HELPFUL..'CARRYING SHOPPING CAN CAUSE DAMAGE, TEARS' - CAN CREATE UNNECESSARY FEAR Physios shouldering the burden of overloaded reusable shopping bags via LIke school bags..get fit and strong for the task
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Devang Dharek Jul 4
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Physio Meets Science Jun 19
An international survey of the comprehensiveness of the McKenzie classification system and the proportions of classifications and directional preferences in patients with spinal pain
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Greg Lynch Jun 21
QOTD: If you don’t know what is important, then everything is important. When everything is important, then you have to do everything. When you have to do everything, You don’t have time to think about what is really important! Makes you think!!😉
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Peter O'Sullivan May 26
Patient persistent LBP reports massage, manip, needles as a bandaid - short term fix. Common story - People need long term strategies to self manage their pain and overcome their fears.
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McKenzie Institute Apr 1
As Easter draws to a close, it might be time to get moving and work off some of that excess chocolate.....! 🚴⛹️🏄‍🏃 As Easter draws to a close, it might be time to get movi…
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Physio Meets Science Feb 5
The burden of musculoskeletal conditions
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JW Matheson Jan 20
Utilizing therapeutic ultrasound, cupping, kinesiotaping, craniosacral therapy, myofascial release, or many other pseudoscientific interventions highlights that one should work in a health spa and not as a physiotherapist (PT).
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David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ Dec 1
Replying to @TaylorAlanJ
If you never exercise when healthy (or let’s say not in pain) why would we expect you are going to exercise when you are in pain, unless you can see a very good reason to. This is why people choose passive therapies less effort and I want someone to fix me.
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McKenzie Institute Nov 27
Sincere congratulations to our most recent Diploma MDT graduates! 😊👍🏼
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