Feb 28, 2020
Erson recounts a recent case where he let his biases dictate the treatment plan. Only after getting "called out" by the patient - who asked - why haven't you treated this as if it was a specific type of case, did he change the treatment plan and the patient got immediate improvement. When your Pattern Recognition leads...
Feb 19, 2020
A recent patient told Erson what might be the worst service ever at a physical therapy office. You won't believe it! Comment below or on social media if you've heard similar or worse patient experiences. PS. POPTs suck!
Jan 26, 2020
In this episode Dr. Dana Palmer recounts a persistent wrist injury that flares up now and then for years. She recently took Modern Manual Therapy's seminar live. Despite being in our online mentoring group and live mentoring with Erson for years, she was surprised at an accidental finding for her persistent wrist pain.
Jan 13, 2020
As clinicians, we try our best to empathize with patients in chronic pain. However, if you've never had a persistent injury, loss of function, and or fear avoidance, can you really relate?
Jan 3, 2020
In this episode of Untold Physio Stories, Erson goes over a recent case working with a runner with chronic knee pain. Part of his limitations were severe hip, lumbar and ankle mobility. Hip and Lumbar were reset easily, but ankle dorsiflexion stretches, resets, and eccentric loading were tried for months until a very...