#7 – Kimen Petersen, RMT – Passion, Hard Work & The Olympics

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Buy-In

Buy-In

In a way we work in the hardest sales position. We have to convince people that it’s a good idea … Read More

Relative Rest

Relative Rest

In Back Mechanic by Dr. Stuart Mcgill he proposes “virtual surgery” which encompasses the idea of relative rest. Maybe surgery … Read More

Relaxation

Relaxation

As the end of the year nears we see a lot more people coming in for “relaxation”. This isn’t necessarily … Read More

Is It Concerning?

Is It Concerning?

This is a question I’ve been using a lot more lately. It gives me an idea of how much of … Read More

Prerequisite

Prerequisite

There are plenty of variables outside of our control when working with patients. Many of which can influence their outcomes. … Read More

Watching The Clock

Watching The Clock

Unfortunately it happens… It could be a bad day or it could be another boring neck and shoulders treatment. Eventually … Read More

The Miracle Treatment

The Miracle Treatment

Every now and then you are able to make a big impact with a chronic pain patient in the first … Read More

A Good Potion

A Good Potion

Avicenna a renowned ancient Persian physician (among many other things) said a potion must accomplish 3 things: lower pain, calm … Read More

Favorite Kind of Patient

Favorite Kind of Patient

Do you have a favorite kind of injury or patient to work with? It’s a question I get asked fairly … Read More

Building Rapport

Building Rapport

I started incorporating something I learn from my chat with Kimen into my practice. Clearly explaining everything that is on … Read More