• Functional exercise is a poor term – how about some Comprehensive Capacity

    originally posted at thebodymechanic.ca many years ago Here is an old post slightly reworked. Please read Eric Meira’s post on functional exercise that is just fantastic. A few years ago found myself defending the lowly clamshell exercise for runners. I was discussing with other physios whether the clamshell exercise was less “functional” than a band […]

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  • Treatment Fundamentals: a simple framework to reconceptualize pain and injury treatment

    The following article was also published at Medbridge Education. During our roundtable discussion on Pain: Where Does Biomechanics Fit on MedBridge, a good question came up: “How do you keep up with the literature to guide your practice?” The daily volume of publications can make it difficult. My solution is to regularly refer to my […]

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  • Treatment manual workbook

    The following document is a 26 page treatment manual and workbook for therapists and patients.  It has a number of different features for treating pain and injuries and lays out the start of a simple but comprehensive approach to rehabilitation. treatment manual and therapy map greg lehman feb 2015 The treatment manual helps address: 1. Assessment Suggestions […]

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  • Courses Available

    Pain Fundamentals: Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science (2 day)  This course is geared toward the health care provider and fitness professional.  With emerging research there is often the feeling that a traditional approach needs to be wholly discarded.  Instead, this course helps the therapist to integrate the  pain science and biopsychosocial model of pain with traditional […]

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    Course Schedule

    Interested in hosting a course? Please send me an email and we can talk  greglehmanphysio@gmail.com The following course schedule details the two courses I am currently teaching.  One is the Physiofundamentals: Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science and the other is The New Trends in Running Injury Prevention from therunningclinic.ca.  Please note, I can not schedule […]

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  • Pain Fundamentals: Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science

    A comprehensive approach to using a traditional biomechanically based practice within a biopsychosocial approach. Course Schedule is here. Brief Overview A percentage of this course is based on the Pain Science Workbook and The Treatment Manual Workbook.  Please download if you are interested. The biopsychosocial model of pain and injury has been argued as superior […]

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  • Bio

    Dr Greg Lehman BKin, MSc, DC, MScPT I am a both a physiotherapist and chiropractor treating musculoskeletal disorders within a biopsychosocial model. Prior to my clinical career I was fortunate enough to receive a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council MSc graduate scholarship that permitted me to be one of only two yearly students to […]

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    Pain Science Workbook

    January 19, 2015 English Version: Click here: pain science patient and therapist workbook january 2015 Italian Version: pain workbook jan 14 2015 ita French Version: Click on this link here for the French Version   The workbook is an introduction to pain science and is composed of one page infographics that are followed by questions to […]

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  • Pain Fundamentals Course Series – Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science

      With a better understanding of both Biomechanics and Pain Science the treatment of pain and injury can become infinitely more simple   A clinical practice rooted in the biomechanical model will have difficulty adapting to many common research conclusions that we have seen through the years.  Such as:   “motion palpation is not valid” […]

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  • Big Changes and a New Website

    I am finally teaching again.  I have developed a new course that aims to help therapists, strength coaches, personal trainers and kinesiologists integrate pain science with biomechanics.  Its very easy to critique the typical biomechanical approach to treating and preventing injuries and I think it often leaves people feeling frustrated and confused.  Along with other […]

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