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I'm from the UK, I've done the first year of my psychology undergrad. I'm thinking about careers and physiotherapy is interesting, but I'm thinking it is too unrelated to psychology. I'm at a sporty university so I could switch to sports psychology and maybe add some modules but I'm thinking it's too unrelated. I could try making my dissertation sports related too. I know for sure I will be commiting to finishing my psychology degree instead of restarting. Would getting into physiotherapy be feasible with this degree? Just think it's a good option because I do lots of sport/strength and conditioning and find the area interesting.
I have a friend who I went to university with, we both started talking about how treatments are ever changing and how different our approaches are now to how they was when we left university. He started following functional patterns a while ago and so did I out of genuine interest to see why, how and if FP is superior to physical therapy.
Anyway although I think Naudi does show some good information and very interesting results of his before and after shots, my friend has slowly decided to use FP to treat his patients.
I told him I think he should carry on using what he was taught and maybe implement FP where suitable but he’s not going too, which is fair enough.
Question is, has anyone else been using FP or had any experiences with FP? I’m dubious on certain exercises because it’s not exactly scientifically backed evidence.
Is shockwave therapy is a legitimate treatment for a hamstring muscle strain that hasn't healed properly over a period of several months? I've tried googling it and while I find content discussing it's use for other injuries but I am unable to pinpoint whether it is an appropriate treatment for a chronic hamstring muscle strain.
I am not asking for medical advice but I've recently had the experience of a physio using this treatment on me for such an injury and it made the injury significantly worst. I just want to know if the physio made a mistake using this treatment or not.
I'm working in Ontario and looking to get more experienced in Oxygen titration and treating more cardiovascular conditions. However, over the past 2 years I've been looking for a course that would allow me to roster for administering a substance by inhalation but I've yet to see any such courses appear.
How do you roster for that skill if there's no education opportunities available to show that you're competent in said skill?