Bodhi, friends, you're not alone. It appears that this is prevalent throughout the world. However, there are a few who want to shake the foundations of an outdated, crumbling structure that make up for their healthcare system and education. With so much solid research behind pain, movement, and psychology of care, why aren’t they taught much in schools and continuing education? If I were to spend five to six figures on medical or manual therapy school, I want the best education, training, and guidance possible, and many patients in pain would agree.
So I asked three manual therapists from three different countries to share their expertise on the application of pain science with their practice and what they are doing to help improve their patients’ care and peer education.