When I was first thinking about beginning an osteopathy website, I was lucky to know the lady who was running Pineapple Dance Studio’s website. Without her pointers, mostly grabbed on the school run with takeaway coffees in hand, osteofm would have struggled to get off the ground. One thing she kept saying, over and over, was to look at other osteopathy blogs and websites for ideas and inspiration. I looked, and I looked, and I looked a bit more, and I found a few little bits here and there, but there was nothing that was like the thing I wanted to create, and in the end I had to turn to the physios. However, not long after I began to blog, I discovered that it must be an emergent phenomenon in our profession, and writing and comment are becoming more popular. The blog I really get most excited about is Monica Noy’s in Canada. She is just so forthright, well-read, intelligent and communicative, and she knows an awful lot more than me about pain science. So this week is devoted to encouraging everyone to check it out if they haven’t already. What are you waiting for? This link goes straight to one of my favourite pieces, charting the course of her experience practising cranial techniques:
CLICK HERE TO EXPERIENCE THE BRAINY, THE CONTROVERSIAL, THE ENVIOUSLY WELL-REFERENCED AND GRAPHICALLY-STUDDED WORLD OF the MONICA NOY WEBSITE.
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Thanks Penny! I’ve been occupied with an assignment, but really appreciate the plug. I was wondering why traffic was up lately.
My pleasure. I guessed you wouldn’t mind, think you had given me permission before to link to your site. I posted a reply to a comment of yours too somewhere, hadn’t seen it before, now I can’t remember where – it can be hard to keep up with social media. Best wishes, Penny