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Life can be hard sometimes. Everyone is going through something. I know at times I am quick to jump to conclusions, make decisions, and judge people without really knowing the full story. Compassion is a difficult skill to learn.
The Objectively-Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) is an overwhelming experience for many up-and-coming massage therapists. The recommendations here are meant to help candidates adequately prepare and study for the often-daunting board exam. As long as the strategies outlined here are practiced consistently, you should enter your exams feeling prepared and confident.
Growing up playing soccer, my ankles plagued me. I remember numerous times running down the left flank of the field, taking a shot, and rolling my ankle. By the end of my playing career, it was more common for me to have an ankle sprain than not. With each consecutive injury, things seemed to get worse and it took longer to heal. We didn’t have the research at the time, but I wish I knew then what I know now.
Concussion symptoms can be challenging to navigate, especially if they’re persistent. When a person experiences prolonged symptoms, there is usually a negative impact on quality of life. Luckily, there are evidence-based self-management strategies that can help.
Vertigo can be very complex in nature. Making the appropriate and timely referral can lead to quicker recovery times for the person. This guide will cover the strategies to help a clinician categorize vertigo-like symptoms and to assist in referring to the appropriate clinician.
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