Estimated Read Time: 2 - 3 mins Original Post: Here. Remember when you first tried to draw a straight line? The line probably looked less like a line and more like an abstract art piece. Or when you first tried to throw something accurately, like into a hoop, a bin or at someone's face (not judging), you probably missed. However, each time you tried to draw the line or destroy the person's face, you were more accurate. The line started looking more like a line, the person sta
Estimated Read Time: 2 - 3 mins Original Post: Here. How different modalities and techniques actually achieve an outcome in the same way.
We are continuously picking up information from the environment. Where is the floor? Is it hot? Is it cold? Am I hungry? Am I in danger? AKA Input.
We decipher the information and make meaning out of it. This can be conscious or subconscious.
After that, we create the output we think is necessary. This is obviously done much quicker i
Estimated Reading Time: 2 - 3 mins Original Post: Here. I highly recommend watching the video in the link above before reading. What is the difference between a chiropractor, osteopath, physiotherapist, TCM practitioner etc?
They aren’t that different, other than their different philosophies they were born from. Each form of Manual Therapy (the blanket term for clinical hands-on therapy), affects the body in a similar way. We touch the person or perform a technique, the per