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1. Educator
(Allan Besselink, PT, Dip.MDT - Director)
...uly integrates this belief into his approach. Not only does he implement a high level of teaching into his clinical and coaching practice, he is also involved in the educational process in other venu...

2. Physical Therapist / Physiotherapist
(Allan Besselink, PT, Dip.MDT - Director)
Allan is a physical therapist / physiotherapist with 20 years of clinical experience. He is a graduate of Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada. In his final year at Queen’s after working

3. Smart Life Manifesto
(What is SSI?)
...h - a (R)evolution in Health. 2. Promote and deliver effective strategies for competent self-care in both clinical and non-clinical environments. 3. Create a client-centered and educationally-bas...

...r educated in the process of their care makes good sense economically and culturally. Seven years ago, my clinical practice moved from an insurance-based model to an out-of-network fee for service m...
Monday, 05 July 2010

...cientific method doesn't eliminate what many call "the art of health care". The clinician still has to have clinical reasoning skills (which are deeply rooted in the scientific method) and the ability...
Wednesday, 02 June 2010

... much "specialized training" is available when the consumer goes to the Internet first and avoids using the clinical reasoning skills of ANY provider AT ALL? It's high time to foster consumer advoca...
Thursday, 13 May 2010

7. MDT: A Powerful Tool With Athletes
(Blog/Clinical Insights)
...ined positioning and/or repetitive mechanical loading. The reality is that most athletes that we see in a clinical environment are of the recreational variety. The majority maintain occupations that...
Sunday, 25 April 2010 The University of Texas-Austin. Dr. Smolensky is the author or co-author of more than 235 scientific and clinical articles, and is also co-author with Lynne Lamberg of the popular book, "The Body C...
Sunday, 28 March 2010

...rtant part of the plan. This episode's special guest will be Dr. Christine Yarosh. Christine has a PhD in clinical psychology and has been a therapist for 22 years. Christine will help give us some ...
Sunday, 14 March 2010

...MDT. Besselink and Clark have recently collaborated on a chapter on running injuries for the upcoming book "Clinical Orthopedic Rehabilitation" by Brotzman and Manske (editors). The BlogTalkRadio ...
Monday, 15 February 2010

...ace to make them a reality. This episode's special guest will be Christine Yarosh. Christine has a PhD in clinical psychology and has been a therapist for 22 years. Her primary area of interest is t...
Friday, 01 January 2010

12. The P1 Project
(News/Other News)
...s. Armed with a unique perspective on health and human function, physical therapists have the education and clinical approach to enhance the health and health care spectrum.   Consume...
Monday, 13 July 2009

...on't change the scope of practice of physical therapists (i.e. what they can and cannot do as part of their clinical practice). These bills simply remove the current gatekeeper status of physicians. A...
Thursday, 12 March 2009

...oing to pay for it. What is currently accepted in our community may not in fact be a part of any accepted clinical guidelines, or, worse yet, it may be totally unsupported in the scientific literat...
Monday, 15 December 2008

...are actually diagnosed and treated) that are consistent with the scientific literature and/or established clinical guidelines. Why do we care about “evidence”? Because our task as healt...
Sunday, 07 December 2008

...speakers have been incredible. They are always individuals that are actively involved in either research or clinical involvement, and the information presented is current. Yes, current. That is a nove...
Monday, 06 October 2008

17. Noise
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
... find a way to filter out the other 80% (that accounts for just 20% of the effects). This brought to mind a clinical concept that former McKenzie Diploma program instructor David Poulter always used t...
Tuesday, 08 July 2008

Evidence-based practice. EBP. It's become one of the catch phrases of our era. In a land of randomized clinical trials, case reports, and clinical observation, clinicians are constantly seeking out th
Tuesday, 01 July 2008

19. The Comfort Zone
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...had been broached - big time. I've always tried to opt for science as a basic foundation upon which to make clinical decisions. But science also requires challenging your belief systems. Once I put it...
Friday, 29 February 2008

20. A Smart Life In 2008
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...h - a (R)evolution in Health. 2. Promote and deliver effective strategies for competent self-care in both clinical and non-clinical environments. 3. Create a client-centered and educationally-bas...
Tuesday, 01 January 2008

21. Running Injuries - Part 1
(Blog/Clinical Insights)
...s that you might think. I've worked with runners throughout my PT career - which now amounts to 19 years of clinical practice. Over that time, I've seen treatment methods come and go. I've watched &qu...
Sunday, 19 August 2007

...ical and educational foundation for other entities. Smart Sport International will continue to be the model clinical practice of SLI, implementing it's philosophy and strategies for effective care. Th...
Monday, 13 August 2007

23. Direct Talk - About Direct Access
(Blog/Professional Issues)
... PTs are trained in exercise-based interventions. Forget about how PTs are ultimately responsible for their clinical decision-making and patient safety - referral or no referral - as they are licensed...
Friday, 15 June 2007

...o use what tool that is ultimately key - and of course this comes down to learning how to think and process clinical information.9. Posture - As I once read, "posture follows movement like a shad...
Monday, 28 May 2007

In the midst of trying to summarize some of the key elements of clinical practice and reasoning for PT and PTA students, I've found myself pulling together many of the practical aspects of "being
Wednesday, 23 May 2007

26. Cause And Effect
(Blog/Clinical Insights)
Clinical reasoning is much like being part of a crime scene forensics unit. The diagnostician (be it a chiropractor, orthopedist, neurologist, physiotherapist, massage therapist, etc) has a goal - of
Tuesday, 15 May 2007

27. What Would Hippocrates Say?
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...e in now. Let's begin with the aforementioned quote ... "First, do no harm". Given that our clinical and physiological research now gives us great insights into the true mechanisms of ...
Thursday, 10 May 2007

28. The Politics Of Self Care
(Blog/Self Care)
...01 included high blood pressure, arthritis and related joint disorders, the common cold, and diabetes - all clinical entities in which self-care would be critical for long-term efficacy and cost effic...
Wednesday, 25 April 2007

29. Systemic Overview
(SSI/Smart Life Manifesto)
...ot;Treat Your Own Neck" by Robin McKenzie (along with         any of his clinical texts). These three elements (among many others) are integrated into Smart4Sys...
Monday, 19 March 2007

30. McKenzie And Systemic Mechanical Diagnosis
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...rom New Zealand. In 1981, McKenzie published his first text - on the lumbar spine - after about 25 years of clinical observation. Everyone thought that McKenzie's method was just about the "discs...
Tuesday, 27 February 2007

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