Why Table Height and Bodyweight Doesn’t Matter without Strength

Why Table Height and Bodyweight Doesn’t Matter without Strength

Why Table Height and Bodyweight Doesn’t Matter without Strength Many therapists believe that table height and bodyweight is the only thing that you need to have good body mechanics and to save your body. . . This should be utilized because it is a good approach,...
From the Vault: 4 Reasons Why New Therapists Burn Out

From the Vault: 4 Reasons Why New Therapists Burn Out

From the Vault: 4 Reasons Why New Therapists Burn Out This is but one of the reason’s listed on this week’s episode. . . to check out the rest of them, head back to episode 3 of SB Podcast. You’ve graduated and it’s time to go. . . it’s...
5 Bad Phyiscal Habits MT’s Develop

5 Bad Phyiscal Habits MT’s Develop

5 Bad Phyiscal Habits MT’s Develop Chances are – if you’ve been a therapist for a while – you’ve had aches and pains in your neck, QL, thumbs, low back or shoulders at some point. The simple answer? There are some bad habits that we all...
How To Combat Anterior Shoulder Dominance

How To Combat Anterior Shoulder Dominance

How To Combat Anterior Shoulder Dominance Have you ever had nagging upper back pain from being a therapist?  Perhaps pain in the actual shoulder joint or the rotator cuff.  If you’ve been a therapist for a while, the answer may likely be yes.  You see, a lot of...
Why Therapists Need To Strengthen Antagonist Muscles

Why Therapists Need To Strengthen Antagonist Muscles

Why Therapists Need To Strengthen Antagonists Muscles This is a group of muscles that I would say is highly underutilized as far as self-care goes for therapists.  . . . and in my opinion is a key factor in relieving injury, pain, chronic holding pattern and tension...