Podcast Episode 1: Blood Flow Restriction Training With Dr. Adrian Dixon

Blood Flow Restriction Training Expert… Dr. Adrian Dixon is an expert physical therapist in the NFL for the Tennessee Titans. He has an array of experiences in the NFL including: Tampa Bay Bucs Houston Texans Chicago Bears Dr. Dixon uses blood flow restriction training with his players. He is currently preparing research on the subject…

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Manual Therapy Monday (Episode 11): 3 Things You Must Do To Mobilize The Mid-Cervical Spine Correctly

        Manual therapy often times gets a bad rap because it is taught incorrectly or done poorly. This is especially common in the mid-cervical spine. Here are the most common mistakes clinicians make when mobilizing the mid-cervical spine: Not Knowing the Biomechanics Improper Positioning of Hands Mobilizing In The Wrong Facet Plane   Now- lets…

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Exercise Strategies, Activity Modifications, and Manual Therapy For Managing FAI

Overall, there are three things you need to do in managing femoral acetabular impinges: Make Adjustments to Sitting Position Modify Activities Work on Hip Mobility and Core Stability (I hate this term 🙂 )   Below you can see a few examples of how I have modified for my own hip. Try these out with…

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How to Diagnose FAI [CORRECTLY]

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Manual Therapy Monday (Episode 10): How to Make Your Treatments More Effective Without Over Using Your Hands

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5 Questions You Should Be Asking Your Lower Back Pain Patients

 

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Book Review: A World of Hurt

I got a book recommendation a few months back from a colleague of mine. I am always interested in reading great books with solid content. The book that I was recommended was called:  A World of Hurt. I was a bit skeptical at first because as many who know me personally, I am not a…

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Manual Therapy Monday (Episode 9): Three Mistakes Physios Make When Thrusting

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Exercise and Manual Strategies to Increase Knee Extension (Part 2)

  A few weeks ago I had written a blog post on the importance of increasing knee extension after trauma, injury, or after surgery. In case you missed it, you can find it by clicking here. I wanted to build upon this last post with some other strategies that I have found to work clinically if…

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Manual Therapy Monday (Episode 7): Another Way to Increase Knee Extension

   

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