This is the second video of a series of 3, talking about pain management and Physiotherapy.
The information of this video has been provided by Lars Avemarie and is part of a guest blog he wrote for Adam Meakins in The Sports Physio Blog. If you want to read the full article, you can find it here.
Here the key points you can find in this video:
- It is often assumed that an error in a movement will cause an injury, tissue damage and/or pain. But most health professionals forget the specificity principle, and that an adaptation could also be a result of this.
- Pain is multidimensional experience produced by multiple influences, and our treatments should reflect this.
- Personal anecdotes and “clinical experience” are unreliable and therefore we cannot make any reliable and sound assumptions based upon them.