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How do nerves become hypersensitive?

Nerve pain - including sciatica and thoracic outlet syndrome - is a commonly experienced problem. It can be a sign of a hypersensitive nervous system. Michael Shacklock, physiotherapist and founder of Neurodynamic Solutions, explains the...
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Energy flow through the kinetic chain

 Energy flow throughout the body during a sport specific movement is like water running through a garden hose. If you have a bunch of holes in the hose, you will lose water pressure. Similarly, if you...
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The benefits of mobilization with movement

What are the benefits of the Mulligan Concept of mobilization with movement (MWM’s)? 1. Delivered in functional positions 2. Patient actively involved 3. Informed by patient treatment responses 4. Uses real-time symptom modification 5. Never provokes pain In this video,...
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The Mulligan Concept of mobilization with movement

“The real key with the Mulligan Concept and its effectiveness is that you know you’re in the right place, doing the right technique, in the right direction, with the right grade while you’re doing...
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The 5 major functions of the pelvic floor

Physiotherapist Carolyn Vandyken (BHSc (PT), Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Owner & Instructor of Pelvic Health Solutions) discusses common conditions that pelvic rehab can help treat and the 5 major functions of the pelvic floor muscles: 1....
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Myths and facts about pelvic health

"1-in-3 to 1-in-4 women struggle with incontinence" "1-in-8 men struggle with pelvic pain" We speak with physiotherapist Carolyn Vandyken (BHSc (PT), Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Founder & Instructor of Pelvic Health Solutions) about pelvic health, including common...
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How vision affects learning and concussion recovery

“Are we really dealing with a learning difficulty case or is this just a paediatric concussion?” What is the relationship between vision issues and reading difficulties, recovery from concussions, and even ADHD? We speak with Dr....
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How vision affects learning and concussion recovery

“When I deal with a patient who’s had a concussion, you’re not just dealing with the concussion, you’re dealing with the concussion plus all of the pre-existing history” We speak with Dr. Patrick Quaid (Optometrist,...
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The science behind acupuncture meridians

Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco describes the science behind both traditional and neurofunctional acupuncture. Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners discovered favourable access points to the nervous system that they labelled as meridians. Anatomy and physiology...
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The scientific basis of neurofunctional acupuncture

We speak with Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco about the science behind both traditional and neurofunctional acupuncture and their similarities and differences. Alejandro also discusses his evolution as a clinician and his integration of neurofunctional...
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