Practical Science on Movement and Pain

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Some Updates

Here’s a few quick updates. New Formats for A Guide to Better Movement My book is now available on Kindle and Nook. Are there are any other formats or markets you would like to see? Audio? iTunes? Anyone interested in videos of the lessons in the book? Podcasts I recently did a podcast with Justin GoodhartRead More

How Structure Affects Function

This blog is focused on the central nervous system - how it affects the way we move and feel, and what we can do to change its function in that regard. But that doesn’t imply that the structure of the body is unimportant, or that good movement is “all in your head.” The structure and healthRead More

Early Praise for A Guide to Better Movement

It’s been about three weeks since I released my new book A Guide to Better Movement. I’m pleased with the sales, and even more pleased with the feedback. Here are some brief reviews: From Jamie Hale, cognitive scientist and author of In Evidence We Trust: Once I purchased, and started reading the book I had aRead More

My Book is Done!

I am very, very, VERY excited to announce that my book is now done and available for purchase! It’s called A Guide to Better Movement: The Science and Practice of Moving with More Skill and Less Pain. Click here to purchase on Amazon. I am extremely happy with the book! It is basically a summary andRead More

Interview at Cinema Says

I just did an interview with Cinema, a physical therapist who writes a great blog at Cinema Says. I was honored to be asked to do the interview and the questions were great. We talked about my background as an attorney, what I think about evidence-based versus science-based practice, my upcoming book, how I practice, my favorite books, andRead More

Upcoming Events

2014 should be an exciting year for Better Movement! Here are some upcoming events. 1. The book I have sent off the manuscript to the interior designers and they should be done in a few weeks. That means I will probably have some real physical books to sell in about a month! I am extremelyRead More

Highlights of 2013

Thanks for reading the blog this year everyone! Here is a brief look back at some highlights. 1. Writing a book Almost done! Hopefully this will be in final form by March 2014. This has been a very interesting and educational experience. I am very proud about the results at this point and very excited toRead More

Pain Management Conference 2014

I am very excited to announce that I will be doing a one hour presentation at the 2014 Pain Management Conference in Vancouver. The event is sponsored by the Massage Therapists Association of British Columbia, and takes place on March 28-29, 2014. There will be some great speakers, including Jan Dammerholt, Neil Pearson and Diane Jacobs. My talkRead More

I’m Writing a Book

I’ve been a little bit slow to post these days, and that is because I’m in the process of writing a book. Exciting! The book will synthesize and expand on many of the topics that I have written about on this blog. Namely, the art and science of how to move better and feel better, fromRead More

Highlights of 2012

This year I published 53 posts and received more than 330,000 page views. That’s about twice as many as last year. Here are some of the highlights. 1. How Does Kinseotape Work? This post got more page views than any other, thanks primarily to the burning desire of many googling Olympics fans to know whyRead More