My Core Values

My Core Values

It’s certainly an interesting time in health fitness and musculoskeletal pain management. These spaces evolve so rapidly, it’s quite difficult to keep up sometimes.     I become aware of how my head gets committed to a space for the sake of necessity,...
The Pain Revolution

The Pain Revolution

If you’re familiar with my thoughts, you’ll know that I’m not a big fan of over-servicing and provision of poor quality care in our health world. My career thus far has taken me through many different stages and iterations of physiotherapy and I have...
What’s the word with ergonomics?

What’s the word with ergonomics?

What I’ve seen over the years, is that it is a huge and financially valuable industry. Mostly reinforcing the idea that the problem with your body is you office setup. Now, don’t get me wrong, it can be an important element of consideration, however, there...
What’s the big deal, really?

What’s the big deal, really?

Look, I get it, low back pain can be bloody uncomfortable. It can be bloody inconvenient and it can be for some, quite scary.   I get that. I’ve been there. I’ve experienced back pain in many forms. Traumatic. Non traumatic. Nerve injuries. Over...
Choose your Back Pain practitioner wisely

Choose your Back Pain practitioner wisely

One of my least favourite privileges working as a physiotherapist with persistent and complex injuries and pain, is to discover that a significant number of unhelpful ideas about what is going on in a person’s body, were given to them by their Health...
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