Category: Blog

Baby and the Bathwater

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. Adam Meakins (please follow him on Twitter) wrote a recent post about therapists getting a little too focused...

Using the Force to Understand Injuries

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. There has been a lot of talk lately about how mechanics can play a role in injuries. This...

Does God Exist?

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME??? IS HE REALLY GOING TO TAKE ON THIS QUESTION??? Easy now, fella. This...

Understanding Hip Joint Pain in the Young Adult

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. I’m going to write a really quick overview of my understanding of the young adult hip joint (the...

Appropriate Treatment Good; Inappropriate Treatment Bad

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. Ok. So you know that I don’t like the idea of defining the world as “Good Things” and...

Getting Rid of Something Positive

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. That title is a little misleading. Remember “positive” does not mean “good” when we talk science. It means...

Does Experience Matter?

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. Yes. Experience matters. Thanks for reading! I’ll look for your comments below… Of course I’m kidding. I turned...

Inflation, BICEP2, and the Primordial B

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. On Twitter I retweeted a link that shows Assistant Professor Chao-Lin Kuo surprising Professor Andrei Linde with evidence that...

Could You Be Wrong?

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. We all have beliefs – there’s nothing wrong with that. We also all have prejudices, biases, etc. Not...

Does Positive Mean What You Think It Means?

This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. When chatting with others, we all understand what someone means when they say positive or negative. Positive usually falls...