Lots of people know the story of Roger Bannister, who, in 1954 became the first man to run a mile in under 4 minutes. Bannister has been quoted as saying “However ordinary each of us may seem, we are all in some way special, and can do things that are extraordinary, perhaps until then…even thought impossible.”
Roll forward to 2019 and Eliud Kipchoge has very recently run a marathon in under 2 hours. On being interviewed about his win, Kipchoge said, “This shows no-one is limited. Now I've done it, I am expecting more people to do it after me."
What’s common to both men is that they had tremendous self-belief. It doesn’t mean that they never had moments of doub...
There's a 21st century epidemic waiting to happen right now all over the world. It's of our own making, it can creep up on us virtually unawares. It's to do with our environment, our lifestyle, our thinking and more. It can be beaten with the right weapons.
Most physiotherapists want to be able to communicate in the best possible way with any and every client. However, this can be a real challenge, as ‘the best possible way’ is different for each individual who comes to you.
Getting it right is vital though if you want to help every client maximise the benefit of their treatment and create permanent changes with more ease.
Perhaps you’ve been frustrated by clients who seem to stop themselves from recovering. You genuinely want to help every one make the changes that will benefit their movement and quality of life long term. You don’t want to see some clients return time and again, b...