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Saturday, 29 June 2013

Manipulation and proprioception in the lumbar spine: HE Seminars Course

I went to  the HE Seminars course yesterday. A day on Evidence Based Practice for Physical Therapy. 

There were some really great talks and this included  a really good talk on lumbar spine manipulation, and proprioception, from Dr Neil Landeridge. 

This will certainly influence my practice. The idea of Manips affecting muscle spindle activity, and normalising it, then backing this up with bespoke proprioceptive functional training is exciting and feels intuitively sound. 

I really like cutting edge manual therapy and rehabilitation. 

I'm inspired to do my masters and PHd again. And MACP !

This is the mental challenge and excitement I 'jointed up as a physiotherapist' for. 


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