Working with Tommy Mitchell

Working with an exceptional athlete like Tommy is about exploration in the relationship as the direction of development and adaptation come together via discussion and practice. In the above video, I am giving Tommy ideal feedback through his right ankle. This approach has changed the perception of use, and we have made great progress in […]

Guest Blog: I Have Tried In My Way To Be Free by Phillip Marvin

I love Music and I love clear pointing.  Please find a great piece on the late Leonard Cohen by Phillip Marvin.   I Have Tried In My Way To Be Free  

Guest Blog: Manual Therapy or Functional Exercises? by Hans Lindgren DC

Hans has the knack of making complex topics, easier to understand by distilling the essence. Link to the full article below; http://www.hanslindgren.com/blog/manual-therapy-or-functional-exercises/ Please enjoy: Lately there has been criticism raised against manual therapy and it has sometimes been quite aggressive. Comments have been made that if a Practitioner lays you down on a table the […]

The Holy Trinity of Ideal Function: Observation, Palpation, Supervision.

I recently attended ‘DNS applied to the Tennis Athlete’ in LA which was facilitated by Professor Pavel Kolar. Pavel is an extraordinary Clinician because of his training, his experience, and his ongoing commitment to the evolution of DNS.  He also has a superb team of Physiotherapists who travel the world delivering courses and contributing to […]