Wishing a Wonderful year’s end to you all!! As we walk 2015 down the aisle to get married to the past, we pause and reflect on the year, as I hope you all do as well. In the spirit of the season, I have compiled the most viewed posts from the #PTBT in 2015. (As is typical, Dr. Stephen Henry’s posts round out the top views. That guy’s writing has a full passport!) If you read us often, then you will likely have read/seen these top posts. So at the end of this post I’ve also included our least read (for one reason or another) posts for the year. Enjoy!
Top 10 Most Viewed, 2015:
10: The Therapeutic Exam
9: The Crossroads of Philosophy and Physiology (Part 2): Where We Missed the Mark on Pain Education.
8: Manual Therapy Continuing Education- What’s the point?
7: Interview with Travel Physical Therapist: Kristen Schwenk PT, DPT
6: The Best Special Test – Scientific Reasoning in the Clinical Exam (Part 3)
5: Pain, Re-framed
4: The Hollow Homunculus
3: A review of the ankle and foot (Part 1): Anatomy
2: Central Sensitization: Researched Guidelines for the Physical Therapist
Number 1: Cervical Artery Dissection: Implications for the Physical Therapist, A Case Report from a Direct Access Environment
Ta-Da! And now, for the least viewed… but no less important posts of 2015!
10: What are you teaching? Balance?: Motor Control Series
9: Argument. You’re doing it wrong
8: Career Advancement: A reward for being “better”
7: Let me fix that for you!
6: UltraSound as Diagnostic
5: Understanding the parts of the whole
4: Inference Insight
3: “You are the knob”
2: Aquatic MIRAGE
1: Do you care who signs your paycheck?
Thanks, as always, for reading and interacting.