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25 Apr 2020

Book Review - Sit. Stand. Go!

 For this blog post, I wanted to do a book review.  The book is entitled Sit. Stand. Go! by Kate Titus.  I came across this book because I was asked if I would read it and provide a ‘comment’ for the back cover.  My comment sums it up.  “Kate captures what it means to live with and love a mobility challenged dog.  I am so impressed with this book it will be required reading for all my clients.”  So, here’s the gist of the book... More

18 Apr 2020

Neurodynamic techniques and jumping performance

I found a fascinating article that I think could be of relevance to our sporting dogs.  I’m just going to put the abstract up here to start. The immediate effect of neurodynamic techniques on jumping performance: A randomised double-blind studyAksoy, Cihan C. | Kurt, Vedat | Okur, İsmail | Taspınar, Ferruh | Taspinar, BetülJournal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 15-20, 2020 BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Neurodynamic techniques are used to ... More

11 Apr 2020

Taking Stock

I came across a blog from back in the Fall of 2019 -  The Next-Best-Hardest-Thing. Essentially it gives an account of the author achieving her Pain Science Fellowship.  In light of the world right now, I thought this was a good topic for discussion… but maybe taking the topic in a different direction. I’ll admit it.  I’m a workaholic. I really enjoy what I do… pretty much all aspects.  I like working with the dogs, visiting with their owners, te... More

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