Active Therapies – Passive Therapies – Responsibility

Passive therapy is when something is done to you. Passive treatment implies lack of participation from the individual receiving the therapy intervention Examples of passive physical therapies include massage, manipulation, acupuncture, dry needling, traction, ultrasound, electrical nerve stimulation, laser, ice packs, and hot packs. Passive therapy always requires another person to apply the treatment. Passive…

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Conflict Between Evidence Based Medicine – Patient Centered Based Medicine Why it is important

Evidence based medicine is the integration of best research evidence, with clinical expertise, and patient values. Evidence based medicine, a process of turning clinical problems into questions and then systematically locating, appraising, and using contemporaneous research findings as the basis for clinical decisions. Population based outcome research has repeatedly documented that patients who do receive…

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Efficient Physical Therapy: One Therapists’ Opinion

“The stupidest question, is the question that has not been asked, or there are no stupid questions” Albert Einstein. A search of the internet using the term” speedy home repair” will turn up large number of businesses. Using the search term “speedy Physical Therapy” will result in zero listings. When it comes to Physical Therapy…

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