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Review of clinical tests for hip and shoulder

Yes a free article in the British Journal of Sports Medicine on the reliability of clinical tests for the hip.

And why we are reviewing clinical tests why not have a peek at… 107 more words

Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

A Pre-Op To-Do List

Having had 3 surgeries on my hip, I’ve started to realize how important it is to be well organized before heading into the operating room. This is a list of things that I feel are extremely important to have once you wake up and head home from surgery or even things that are just nice to have had done before. 537 more words

D-Pryde - Plan A Review

This is an enjoyable listen through and a depper delve into Pryde’s emotions than previous. It has everything a good project needs but not necesserily in the right balance. 270 more words



I’d like to take this time to introduce everyone to hip impingement as well as shed a little light on my story. This is mostly going to be about my own journey with a little bit of science involved! 585 more words

Wrestling With God

A sermon based on Genesis 32:1-13, and 32:22-31 preached on March 1st, 2105

 Sermon audio

When I was a resident chaplain at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, I was strolling the hallways of the 11th floor Neurosurgery unit one morning, just taking care of my daily rounds, moving from room to room, bed to bed, saying good morning to some of my regular patients and introducing myself to any new faces I saw. 1,739 more words

Radio Times

There’s a song by P!nk (I like to spell people’s names right) that says “count your blessings now”. Now, this song is outdated in the way that it hasn’t quite acquired the status of a classic jam, but it is also way too old to be called ‘new’. 346 more words


The Choice Is Mine

There’s a hymn called “Have Faith in God” that we sang in church on Sunday, and it was one of those moments where I caught myself truly reading and pondering the words. 773 more words