Manual Therapy

Should Patient Expectations Drive Clinical Destinations?

Patient expectations are an interesting and important aspect of clinical care recently becoming a hot button issue in discussions of evidence based medicine and patient centered care. The patient should of course always be at the center of our care, and often clinical decision making is heavily influenced by patient expectations, but what happens when those expectations don’t coincide with what the research supports?

Mark and Jarod Hate Manual Therapy

“Mark and Jarod hate manual therapy”. If we had a dollar for every time we’ve heard this eavesdropping on conversations, been told this directly to our face or via social media, or found that other clinicians were berating us behind our back about our “disdain” for manual therapy we certainly wouldn’t have to work near so many long days and over …

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