On Providing Discerning Opinions: A Vlog


Following the Olympics this past summer, the utilization of interventions (see cupping) that possess paltry or inconclusive scientific support became rather prevalent. This discussion highlights a larger issue within rehabilitation and medicine over all; which is offering a discerning opinion to our patients and subsequently the tacit approval of interventions lacking sufficient scientific support from not offering said discernment. This is certainly a complicated issue but I feel that as a profession this issue needs to be discussed amongst our profession, if we are to continue to move forward as a profession. I discuss this issue in my first Video Blog (Vlog) embedded below, Please feel free to comment and share.

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