Stress Testing Your Philosophies with DR. GREG LEHMAN BKIN, MSC, DC, MSCPT

“I am a physiotherapist, chiropractor and strength and conditioning specialist treating musculoskeletal disorders within a biopsychosocial model.

I currently teach two 2-day continuing education courses to health and fitness professionals through out the world.  Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science and Running Resiliency have been taught more than 60 times in more than 40 locations world wide.” Bio from greg lehman.ca

Show Notes:

  • Intro, gregs influences from Dr. Stuart McGill and Dr. John Sarno
  • How important it is to be malleable and the value of asking the challenging questions
  • Stress test your own philosophy
  • Harnessing the moments of doubts
  • Build confidence by finding your OWN beliefs
  • Keep the treatments simple! – it’s evidence based
  • When something specific IS important
  • Gregs main question for folks: “whats new or different?”
  • “Pain occurs when we fail to adapt to some stressor – Injury occurs when you fail to adapt to mechanical load…we don’t want to vilify stress..our consideration should be what is our response to our stressors”
  • “Calm shit down, build shit back up”

Twitter question from @theprehabguys

“How do you follow up your pain explanations? Specifically, how do you teach patience to desperate/eager patients – want answers 4 their pain”

The criteria for adaptability:

  • -Is it human?
  • -Is it dead?

Twitter question from @joelipsky

“How does Greg approach patients presenting with Sx consistent with a neurodynamic issue and how does load management come into play.”

Twitter question from @daschaser

“How does Greg approach patients presenting with Sx consistent with a neurodynamic issue and how does load management come into play.”

Twitter question from @nickgornick

  • “What are the limitations of graded exposure/adaptation?”
  • Poke the bear, don’t hump the shit out of it (we can’t come up with this stuff, honestly) Who is allowed to go into pain and how much?

Gregs HIGHLY revered course: Reconciling Biomechanics With Pain Science. Check out the 2018 dates to see how to overcome the common clinical barriers in a city near you!

http://www.greglehman.ca

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