This is the third 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:
- I’ve seen it “work” is not an argument a health professional that provides care for another human being should make, we have to do better, “With great power comes great responsibility.”
- Finding “errors” in people like bad posture, tilted pelvises, weak cores, sacroiliac joints “out”, “tight” muscles, imbalances, faulty movement patterns or any other bio-“mechanical” problems are not single causal factors for pain, and are also common in people without pain.
- Psychological factors like depression, fear-avoidance or pain-related fear are often more important to the influence and development of chronic pain than most biomechanical or biomedical factors.