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Derek Griffin
PhD (Pain) | Specialist MSK Physiotherapist | Long Distance Runner
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Physio Meets Science Jun 25
Physiotherapists’ beliefs and attitudes influence clinical practice in chronic low back pain: a SR 👍👇👇
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Derek Griffin 10h
Replying to @BobVermeeren
Will need to be ubdated as the diagnostic criteria for FMS have changed. No longer is it required to exclude other causes of pain.
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Derek Griffin 10h
Replying to @BobVermeeren
Have the IASP endorsed it?
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Gordon Smith Jun 24
Finally got round to the 3rd excellent podcast in this series Lots of ideas for 2nd year MSK module
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Rich Willy Jun 23
Once again, hip strength fails to predict hip mechanics during running. This time, tested eccentrically.
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Derek Griffin 10h
Replying to @BobVermeeren
I've no idea what you mean by "primary pain".
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Derek Griffin 11h
Replying to @BobVermeeren
Take the high % of ppl with inflammatory conditions that meet FM criteria. Is that "primary pain"?
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Derek Griffin 11h
Replying to @BobVermeeren
Their goals are the outcomes. We change modifiable risk factors to reach these goals.
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Derek Griffin 11h
Replying to @BobVermeeren
Often people develop more widespread symptoms over time. It isn't primary at all.
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Derek Griffin 11h
Replying to @BobVermeeren
What about people with "back pain" that fit criteria for FM? Is that MSK?
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Derek Griffin 11h
impairments and then jump to conclusions that if we target these people actually get better!
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Derek Griffin 11h
Ben you must be a researcher but don't do intervention studies that actually show decent outcomes. Make sure it is observational, identify
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Derek Griffin 11h
Replying to @BobVermeeren
Differentiating MSK pain and "primary pain" makes little sense as pain exists on a continuum.
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Andrew Jones Jun 23
Physiological profiles of a trained and an elite runner compared... 🏃
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Derek Griffin 13h
Replying to @DrTobyHall
Much leg pain is not truly neuropathic by definition. Often an inflammatory component as per the work of Andrew Dilley, Geoff Bove etc.
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Derek Griffin 13h
A "treat to target strategy" should be the norm across all MSK pain disorders.
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Derek Griffin Jun 25
Replying to @PhysioMeScience
Great paper. Read it today.
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Derek Griffin Jun 25
Replying to @JohnBlowick
Because RTE like to keep Dublin happy and these guys are the employees.
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Derek Griffin Jun 25
Are Brolly & Dolan RTE's lame attempt at an apology to Jim Gavin?
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Derek Griffin Jun 25
Always love the Tralee Parkrun whenever I go. Great team of volunteers and always a great buzz.
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