Can we treat all pain the same or does pain mean different things to different people? If so why, and what does that mean to us as manual therapists? This article will help you to gain an understanding of where an individual's pain may be originating from, and then explore how you can adapt your treatment approach in order to have the greatest effect. Register below to read the key points for this article
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This article offers a great overview of the structure of fascia and it's anatomical importance. This article is particularly relevant to student of manual and physical therapies as well as to existing practitioners wanting increase... Read More
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Catch up on this quarter's essential massage therapy research. Our Massage Therapy Journal Watch brings you all the most important journal discoveries with our own unique Co-Kinetic take-home messages. This is one of our most... Read More
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Finding new customers is key to any business but properly retaining existing customers is arguably even more important otherwise all the marketing money spent on finding new customers is wasted. But what if we focused... Read More
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Check out this quarter's most newsworthy pieces of research on the topic of massage and manual therapy. Register or sign in to checkout this beautifully designed infographic. The subscription version includes interactive links to each... Read More
Check out this quarter's most newsworthy pieces of research on the topic of physical therapy. Register or sign in to checkout this beautifully designed infographic. The subscription version includes interactive links to each piece of... Read More
Catch up on this quarter's essential physical therapy research. Our Physical Therapy Journal Watch brings you all the most important journal discoveries with our own unique Co-Kinetic take-home messages. This is one of our most... Read More
This is the eleventh article from our Manual Therapy Student Handbook (see the ‘Contents panel’ for further details) and it describes how to assess and treat common complaints involving the cervical spine. As well as... Read More
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