EP58 | Greg Lehman - When do biomechanics matter?

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On this episode we have Greg Lehman on to talk about biomechanics. If you're unfamiliar with Greg, read his bio below and check out his website (also below). We hope this episode helps to spark discussion in regards to biomechanics and when they matter with our patients!
Bio
Greg Lehman is a practicing physiotherapist, researcher and educator in Toronto, Canada with over 20 years experience in the rehabilitation field. Greg’s background includes a MSc in Spine Biomechanics, MSc in Physiotherapy and a Chiropractic degree. Greg has published more than 20 peer reviewed publications in the manual therapy and exercise science fields. He has a special interest in the multidimensional nature of pain and injury and believes that simple yet comprehensive approaches are a cornerstone of the biopsychosocial approach to patient care. Greg has taught the popular “Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science” course for 5 years to 1000s of therapist throughout the world. The course is about fundamentals and finding the common threads of many rehabilitation approaches. Greg will be giving a Keynote on how simple and tailored education and exercise strategies can be part of a multidimensional approach to pain and injury rehabilitation
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