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Simple, practical, honest advice
know pain, no pain
A Perth Physiotherapist
Blogg um íþróttasjúkraþjálfun og tilheyrandi
pain science education. functional movement. manual therapy. exercise is medicine. preventative healthcare
Performance and Rehabilitation
PainScienceCenter.com is dedicated to my patients. I thank you for sharing your journey with me as we both strive to obtain a deeper understanding of the pain process. If you are not a patient of mine, I welcome you to join us and feel free to take a look in the pain science filing cabinet for a preview of articles! Please keep in mind that I cannot diagnose your painful conditions and you must consult with a health care professional before attempting any treament option listed on this website.
To Share and to Learn.
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All the dots connected. No more barriers between rehabilitation and performance.
progression through reflection
Debunking dangerous junk science found on the Internet. Non-scientist friendly!
We Are Meant to Move, Not to Exercise
Where Physiotherapy Gets Logical
Learn | Share | Connect
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Physical Therapy Marketing, Patient Care, and Technology
some thoughts about science, evidence, philosophy and physiotherapy. Of course.
A forum to discuss orthopedic manual therapy and outpatient ortho/sport physical therapy topics
Sport, health and fitness from Human Kinetics, the world's biggest independent physical activity publisher.
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