Change is Occurring at the Top and at the Bottom of our Professions The Coming Healthcare Revolution Healthcare is changing. The technological and information revolution which has blown through retailing, taxis, hotels and music is now blowing … [Continue reading] about Profession Creep in Physiotherapy
What does an MRI Scan Say about Future Back Pain? If the MRI scan findings are important in low back pain, we could expect them to predict how our back pain is going to be in the future. That doesn’t seem to be the case. The Study A group of … [Continue reading] about Magnetic Resonance Illusions – Part 3
Can We Rely on the Interpretation of MRI Scans? MRI scanners are a wonderful invention and continue to advance, giving us finer and finer pictures of our anatomy. As is typical with all fast-improving technology, the human aspects, the culture, … [Continue reading] about Magnetic Resonance Illusions – Part 2
The New Magic Lantern The magic lantern, an early type of image projector, was developed in the 1600s and used through the 1700s to the mid-20th century when it was replaced by the slide projector. The horror theatre genre “phantasmagoria” used … [Continue reading] about Magnetic Resonance Illusions – Part 1
It’s time to talk. What have we lost in the race to manage capacity and throughput? I don’t have to repeat the stats. We’re spending more and more on the assessment, treatment and management of musculoskeletal (MSK) pains. We’re doing more scans, … [Continue reading] about Time to Rejig Spinal Assessment?