04
Nov

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evabarrett

Is thoracic spine posture important for shoulder pain?

Shoulder pain has long been regarded as a postural problem, which develops as a result of improper positioning of the spine, shoulder blades, head and shoulder joint. Early anecdotal evidence […]

07
Oct

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rachel

Factors other than Clinical Examination findings predict the Outcome of Physiotherapy for Shoulder Pain

The aim of this study was to identify which patient characteristics (baseline measures), commonly assessed at the first physiotherapy appointment are associated with the outcome of physiotherapy for musculoskeletal shoulder pain. […]

02
Sep

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mcguire

Psychological approaches in management of Chronic Pain

Dr. Brian McGuire is a clinical psychologist in the Centre for Pain Research in Galway, Ireland. He is a graduate of NUI Galway and completed his Masters and PhD in Clinical […]

13
Jul

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build_core_strength

Abdominal bracing affects kinematics during functional tasks

Rehabilitation specialists around the world advocate activating the abdominal wall muscles in order to enhance spinal stability and prevent injuries to the low back, pelvis and lower limbs. It is […]

09
Jun

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Darren Beales

A plausible, alternate hypothesis for patient reports of asymmetries within the pelvis

The existence of positional faults of the intra-pelvic joints (sacroiliac joints, symphysis pubis) resulting in pelvic asymmetries remains a hotly debated topic amongst clinicians and researchers in the field of […]