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Phil Watson
Physiotherapist, Surfer, I believe in empowering people to feel better, move better and think positively.
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Phil Watson Jun 15
Replying to @nakedphysio
I wrote an email to him about this fear mongering report. Never heard back a word from him. Must be avoiding emails now too.
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Phil Watson Jun 15
Great Shoulder Course recommended for all physiotherapists interested in mgmt of RC Related Pain
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Phil Watson May 31
Health care practitioners must find compassion for themselves, not just their patients | Ranjana Srivastava
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Phil Watson Apr 5
Replying to @DaveNicholls3
Confidentiality?? How do you know if they're doing ex. correctly or if its ineffective? Do you need to hire PTs to sit all day doing admin
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David Poulter Apr 3
First we make our habits,then they make us.Habits don't change until our behavoir changes.Telling people they need to exercise doesn't work.
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Phil Watson Mar 29
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Peter O'Sullivan Mar 23
Psychosocial factors not mechanical factors (ie. schoolbags) are more important in LBP occurring in schoolchildren
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Phil Watson Mar 29
Replying to @MyCuppaJo
Learning to let down your guard can be a challenge, anticipating can prime more pain. Mantra: breathe, relax, move with freedom
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Mark Matthews Mar 24
Be vigilant of the presence of psychological factors in Pts w PFP. @natj_collins
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Phil Watson Mar 29
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Phil Watson Mar 26
The better we describe.. the better the feedback
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Phil Watson Feb 19
Replying to @johnhurley
1st listen patient's beliefs/fears, 2nd observe mvmt patterns 3rd feedback to patient on fear based mvmt vs norm/feel difference
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Phil Watson Feb 19
Replying to @dfjpt @PeteOSullivanPT
wonderful post Diane, CFT is a gamechanger for acute and persistent LBP, disconfirm fear and encourage norm mvmt
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Jeremy Lewis Feb 9
FULL THICKNESS RC TEARS Outcomes NOT always dependent on success of repair. Placebo? Relative rest? Graduated rehab?
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Phil Watson Feb 13
One of the best articles of 2016 in support of exercise therapy vs knee arthroscopy, outcomes show no sig difference at 2 years
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Phil Watson Feb 13
Positive reassurance, reduce fear, reduce harm, promote normal activity and movement for and other patients.
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Clara Hughes Jan 25
Thx for your early support for those struggling with mental illness...let's keep this going!
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Jeremy Lewis Jan 21
JUST PUBLISHED: Exercise, acupuncture & electro-acupuncture for shoulder pain RCT (n= 278) Lewis, Sim, Parlas (2017)
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Phil Watson Jan 24
Buenísmo infographic, muchísimas gracias
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David Poulter Jan 15
Sunday thought: Hurt doesn't equal harm, pain doesnt mean damage, damage doesnt mean pain, pain is the brains response to perceived danger.
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