Podcasts, lectures and interviews (with me as guest)

I have been a featured guest on multiple podcasts and recorded interviews and zoom talks, in the last 1-2 years. I have also been a guest lecturer for Trust Me I’m a Physiotherapist, where I did two free online lectures that Trust Me Ed, now hosts. List of Podcasts, lectures, and interviews (with me as a […]

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The negative effect of misplaced positivity

“Criticising ourselves is the mark of a positive, confident profession” Dr. David Nicholls, PhD So the idea that we should only be positive, and lift each other up, is often used to silence critique. Silencing critique, that is, casting light on a real problem, is a very negative thing. As health professionals, we should welcome […]

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Road and the destination – Making the patient choose the treatment

The main problem I have with (making the clients choose the treatment) is this: What we do with our clients or patient should have plausible scientific reasoning and some supporting evidence. We should stand clear of modalities with no plausible scientific rationale and evidence that speaks against the modality. As stated by Ingram et al.: […]

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