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I get most of my news from twitter and google reader. I LOVE taking in information from all over
and trying to synthesize it into one coherent thought. I’ve decided to start gathering these readings, tweeters, and resources on a more regular basis and share with you the things I thought were interesting. Many will have to do with physical therapy. Some will definitely not! You’ve been warned. Without further adieu, my first ever “Readings and Musings.” Love to hear your thoughts (if I haven’t already).
Appledorn et al. 2012. A Randomized Controlled Trial on the Effectiveness of a Classification-Based System for Subacute and Chronic Low Back Pain Current treatment based classification schemes do not improve outcomes in patients with subacute or chronic low back pain.
An Essay for Physical Therapists: Lets Move Forward… An inspiration to move forward, and some issues that are very relevent to physical therapy right now. There are some great discussion points about manual therapy, and the abuse of modalities. Comments at the end of the article are worth reading too!
Mannion 2001. Increase in strength after active therapy in chronic low back pain (CLBP) patients: muscular adaptations and clinical relevance. Three treatment groups, 1 outcome. Strength changes through training for chronic low back pain did not appear improve outcomes.
We are officially being published in Clinical Biomechanics for our graduate research. This is great news! Adding it to my CV.
Article title: Altered Muscle Recruitment During Extension from Trunk Flexion in Low Back Pain Developers
Journal title: Clinical Biomechanics
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Cyberchondriac! Fun thpughts about chronic pain and neuropathic pain. pain physicaltherapy http://ping.fm/vT3IK
My first wordcloud! Research we are presenting (poster) at CSM. I cannot wait to put this image in a PPT for research night on campus!!!
Neuroplastic changes in low back pain. http://ping.fm/g7Iri