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
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
Mentoring: Arguably the Best Shortcut to Business Success [Article]One of the biggest problems we face as therapists, is that we often work in isolation, we get little or no training in business or marketing and... Read More
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
So, you’re publishing some great social media content onto your social networks, some of which (hopefully) are designed specifically to collect email leads in return for the downloading of a value-added piece of content. Everyone reading this article, will probably have a bunch of email leads of past and prospective customers, that aren’t currently being tapped to grow your business. Depending on the size of your list, this is potentially a big opportunity that can be mobilised quickly and easily. The question is how to convert these email leads into paying customers, a topic that I’ll explore in this article. I’ll explain a quick and easy way of doing this, and reveal why nurture emails have some hidden influences that make them such a powerful tool when you have this objective in mind. Register below to access the full text of this article free of charge.
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 on really delivering the service our patients actually expected from us, which is frequently something we underdeliver on in the belief we’re doing the patient a favour? We could not only boost our retention and get better outcomes for our clients but we would also build an army of fans who will go out and spread the word locally. This article explains how to make this happen, and it turns out it’s much simpler than you’d expect, it just requires us to ask the right questions, at the right time. Register below to access the full text of this article free of charge.
Spending money on marketing is great for generating new customers. But what if there were a few simple and perfectly ethical things you could do right now, to make more out of your existing clients, while at the same time providing a better service? In this article, we outline 5 key performance indicators you should be tracking to ensure you’re getting the most out of your business, as well as 5 simple but surprisingly effective ways you can plug unnecessarily lost revenue, and add more profit to the bottom line.
Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most common presentations in primary healthcare. It is a complex condition with a multifactorial aetiology, which perhaps explains why there is a lack of strong clear evidence for effective treatment protocols. The treatment-based classification (TBC) system is one of several models that classify LBP patients into subgroups in order to tailor treatment more appropriately, which seems to yield improved outcomes. This article reviews the evidence available, the TBC system and treatment recommendations. With explanatory videos, links to current research results and patient exercise leaflets, this article will allow you to better understand and more effectively treat your LBP patients. Register below to read the key points for this article
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