Awesome Blogs / Clinicians

As more discoveries are made to enhance the understanding of pain, more and more health care providers are learning about the practicality of pain science education with their patients and clients.

Some of the blogs and websites were created by various clinicians including scientists, physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, coaches, and trainers. Some of these websites are geared towards clinicians and some are towards the general population.  I would recommend that you take a peek for yourself.

Of course this list is in no particular order. yes  “Science-based magazine for massage therapists that blends the world of touch and fitness together. ”   “Science-based magazine for massage therapists that blends the world of touch and fitness together.” Their mission is “to bridge science and research with hands-on and practical work among massage therapists and personal trainers by fostering critical thinking, ethics, and effective communications.” – This is website of the International Association of the Study of Pain created by leaders in the field clinical practice and research to promote a better understanding of pain. – Lorimer Moseley is a physical therapist and one of the top pain researchers in the world is the chief editor. – David Butler is a physical therapist and is another top pain researcher in the world – This is the website of the International Spine and Pain Institute. It is primarily for health care providers to learn about current concepts of pain science – Ian Harvey is a massage therapist working on his degree in psychology. Lots of great information regarding massage and pain – Barrett Dorko is a physical therapist who also teaches a concept called “Simple Contact” to promote the expression of ideomotion. – A website for people to ask questions regarding any problem you may have. You will that clinicians will try to find answers.

The Fibromyalgia Perplex – A great website for patients and clinicians to learn about the most up to date concepts regarding pain and fibromyalgia – Diane Jacobs is a physical therapist and instructor in a method she created titled DermoNeuroModulation to promote positive input into our nervous system. Her blog is neuroscience based and is more geared to clinicians. – “ThePTDC was built to improve the reputation of the fitness industry and ensure that smart, passionate trainers (you) have amazing careers that are both personally and financially satisfying.” or – Jonathan Fass is a physical therapist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has a blog that discusses various topics including strengthening, conditioning, diet, weight loss, nutrition, sports performance. He is also an author with publications in various magazines including Men’s Health. – Lars Avemarie is a fitness professional in Denmark. Sorry an English version of his website is not yet available. -Todd Hargrove, a certified Feldenkrais Practitioner and a certified Rolfer. His blog is based on neuroscience and he has many articles regarding movement and pain. -Robert Sapolsky is one of the top neuroscientists in the world and is “one of the finest natural history writers around” by The New York Times. There is a lot of interesting material in his site. – Joseph Brence is a physical therapist and researcher. Here is a quote from his website: “Our goal is to assist in the delivery of quality, evidence-based reviews to help the average clinician improve their practice.” (this site hasn’t been updated in a while but there is great information regarding pain science) – John Mandrola, MD is an internal medicine and cardiologist. There is a lot of neat health information. – A group of physical therapists and trainers that strive to share up to date science regarding the topic of exercise. – Tony Ingram is a physical therapist and BBoy Dancer. He has tons of information regarding movement, dance, and pain science. – Northeast Conference on Science and Skepticism – A site for clinicians to learn about science in regards to pain and movement. This is a site where I get a lot of my information.

Evidence in Motion – A team of physical therapists striving to teach up to date information – “The Pain Research Forum was launched in June 2011 to provide a place for members of the international pain research community to engage in an open exchange of information and ideas” – An online textbook of neuroscience – Daniel Wolpert, this is a list of publications by another top neuroscientist. I placed this site here for myself so that I can always refer to it. – A list of websites that may be of benifit -Eric Robertson, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT. “PT Think Tank is a blog dedicated to critical observations about health, science, and the world of physical therapy – Walt Fritz is a clinician and educator in the field of physical therapy and manual therapy – Marianne Kane is a personal trainer and here is a quote from her site. “I have been lucky enough to learn from some of the most renowned Trainers in the world, including the talented Kettlebell Master Steve Cotter (IKFF). Back in 2011, I was an original Co-Founder of the Female Fitness Authority, Girls Gone Strong and, also in 2011, I had the honour of seeing my work listed as one of the Top 10 Workout Videos on YouTube by SHAPE.  In 2013, I co-founded the awesome membership site Get Glutes where myself, Bret Contreras and Kellie Davis helped hundreds of women get strong and beautiful curves in all the right places, while gaining confidence in what they could do.” – This is the website of the International Spine and Pain Institute – Zac Cupples, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS is a licensed Physical Therapist and Strength Coach –  Will Levy is a personal trainer and has information regarding training as it relates to research evidence.






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