What happens on the way to learned non-use? #learnedhypouse

No matter the stimulus or breaking point, be it vestibular neuronitis leading to dependence on vision; a stroke leading to dependence on a non-dominant arm; neuropathy leading to dependence on sensory information from the hands (wall or furniture walking); or a meniscal derangement leading to asymmetrical weight bearing in gait, cuts, jumps, landing…the outcome CAN […]

Lessons learned

Recently, I was asked to reflect on my nearly 30 year career with some “lessons learned”. For what it is worth, here is what I surmised at the time of writing…. 1. Remember why you started and where you came from. This perspective is helpful to appreciate and to empathize.  2. Learning only stops when […]

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