Exercise for pain - more about what you don't do?
Clinical decision making in running form interventions: implications for injury
Controlled trials of exercise for low back pain often suggest that the type of exercise doesn't matter. And if you love "stability" exercises then these results can really challenge what you think and could even make us expert clinicians feel like we have less "special" knowledge...always challenging to be confronted with this.
Clinical Decision Making in Running Form Interventions Initially written for Medbridge Education
The purpose of this article is to highlight the clinical decision making process during kinematic running analyses - focusing on evaluating the kinematic risk factors for running injury and not kinetics.
Both predictive and correlational research attempts to identify kinematic variables that are associated with an individual’s future or current injury. Many of those being: