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We naturally learn from our experiences Apply what we have seen with one patient to help with next. And this can be helpful in lots of ways however. it’s a double edged sword <– Don’t you hate those Why? Well let me explain. It’s because assumptions can start to creep into your assessment and when

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As you might imagine I got quite a response to my email on Sunday. We lost a couple people who got their knickers in a knot because I suggested they might be scared of something. Their loss in my humble (but correct) opinion 😉 MORE importantly I got some great replies from people like YOU,

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Thirst 4 Function are very excited to be hosting Athletic 1080’s 2 day 1080 Movement – Assessment Specialist course at Pure Sports Medicine, London on 5th and 6th July 2014. Upon completion of the course you will be a licensed 1080 Assessment Specialist. You will have the unique ability to test and analyse functional mobility, stability, strength,

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Just a quick look back a some of the courses we ran in 2013 with some photos of the great people we met along the way! 2014 kicks off 17 & 18th May with Level 1 – The Lower Extremity. We’re looking forward to seeing some new faces and catching up with some good friends.

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We are delighted to announce that two of the Thirst team members, Chris Wilkes and Mark Leyland will be speaking at an evening seminar in association with Physio UK. Making Sense of the Hip and Groin ‘Clinical Golden Nuggets’ is on 20th March 2014 at 5.30pm at St Barthlomew’s Hospital, London. You will also hear from Dr Jerry Gilmore, Dr

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Hey Thirsty Fellows, check out this great article which supports what the Gray Institute has been preaching. It’s a nice bit of research which shows the changes in joint mechanics that occur when we tweak the running gait from wide to narrow. There is nothing new here for our running fellows but it’s good to have

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