Physiotherapy meets philosophy meets neuroscience: Cause Health Nottingham 2016 [part 2]

………..continued from last week….. see part 1 here This week’s blog highlights the somewhat fragmentary feel of the day.  Charting the evolution of Evidence Based Medicine in physiotherapy was a piece of cake compared to some of what we tried to get our heads around.  Amongst the speakers were different groups: practising physios,  neuroscientists, and…

Aches and Pains by Louis Gifford: Book Review

Guest spot this week:  Mark Andrews of Kemptown Osteopathy in Brighton has kindly allowed me to use the full version of his review of Aches and Pains (an edited version appearing in the latest “the osteopath” magazine).  He did in fact put me on to this book, written by a late, great physio called Louis…

What does Google tell us about osteopaths?

Search engines have an autocomplete function.  I decided to type some incomplete phrases into Google and Yahoo to see what they might reveal about the general public’s views of osteopathy.  Somewhat demoralized, I made myself feel better by doing the same with chiropractors, physiotherapists and doctors.   I came up with the following snapshot: issues of…