Personality Considerations in Rehabilitation…

“If you are not reading, your not trying.” Hopefully, this is a clear word-twist reference to the oft-stated, “If you’re not cheating…you’re not trying.” phrase. My spin, for this blog, is in reference to reading personalities as an essential part of rehabilitation. Over the past nearly 30 years, I have read more personalities than books, […]

Personalities Persist

As a health care professional, I am trained to read charts and look at diagnoses. I am trained to be informed in anatomy, physiology and pathophysiologies. Over the past 30 years of my education – admittedly continuing to learn more every year – I have learned that personalilties persist. We must not only respect (emerging […]

Neuropracticity

Yes, even if you learn a new word, “neuropracticity” (the intentional application of principles leading to neuroplasticity in rehabilitation practice), you are changing your brain. How do we make neuroplasticity more tangible and less theoretical? Consider looking for opportunities to incentivize, constrain, or create avoidances – giving learners a clear pathway toward neuroplasticity – in […]

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