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Crime and Punishment

It seems like I am blogging a lot about this subject lately. Perhaps it’s not surprising since I spent 45 years of my life working in the justice field, and certain topics tend to catch my eye – or stick in my craw. 586 more words

Philosophy Of Life

Chin Tuck Against Resistance (CTAR) Poster that was awarded first place at the DRS 2013

In March 2013, Mr Jason Khoo (A MSc SLP graduate from NUS) presented this scientific poster on CTAR at the Dysphagia Research Society Meeting at Seattle, Washington, USA in 2013.  670 more words

Cost Effective Treatment

Rehabilitation of Psychopaths through Neurofeedback Treatment

A promising study published in Scientific Reports looked at the impact of neurofeedback treatment for criminal psychopaths. It found that there were significant improvements in terms of behaviour and emotional responsiveness following treatment. 171 more words


Little Lion Man

Day 107

Today was a long one.  Of course that’s completely my fault seeing as how my whiteboard calendar told me that I was on red this morning… when in actuality I was on red this afternoon.  1,642 more words


Core Stability Training: Should we use it?

I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve had a patient tell me they needed to strengthen their core, have asked for some specific spinal strengthening exercises for their chronic low back pain, or have had a physician write a physical therapy prescription for spinal stability training. 569 more words

Rehab... Why do the basics of Rehabilitation matter in Physiotherapy?

Reading around the interactive physio world, there are many fascinating clinicians out there tweeting, blogging and interactively discussing a wide variety of physiotherapy and rehabilitation issues. 859 more words