Posts Tagged ‘manual therapy’
Filed under: corrective exercise, Manual Therapy
Test, Treat, Retest
by Carson Boddicker on Jan 30th, 2011
Recently I've had a few discussions about the frequency of assessment techniques. Depending on the scenario and specific motivations, assessment intervals vary, however, a systematic use of the Test, Treat, Retest principle is essential. The Test, Treat, Retest model is frequently used in athletic development settings using movement quality screens, strength, power, speed, and other various measures that are taken at specific intervals throug...
Filed under: Anatomy and Physiology, Manual Therapy
Manual Therapy and Heart Rate Variability
by Carson Boddicker on Dec 21st, 2010
As I prepare to engage in my latest challenge--a manual therapy clinic--I have spent considerable time peeling back the "what else" questions that will increase our success. My goal with the clinic is to produce very short recovery times, and the way I believe it will come is leaving no stone unturned in "clearing the road to recovery" as Willem Kramer would call it. Technology allows us a few simple, streamlined physiological measures that h...