Fysisk aktivitet tidlig i livet er positivt for hjernen #MT

“The implication is that exercising during development, as your brain is growing, is changing the brain in concert with normal developmental changes, resulting in your having more permanent wiring of the brain in support of things like learning and memory,” says Bucci. “It seems important to [exercise] early in life.”

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Exercise clears the mind. It gets the blood pumping and more oxygen is delivered to the brain. But Dartmouth's David Bucci thinks there is much more going

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Fremre korsbånd skade #MT

Fremre korsbånd skade #MT

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Derrick Rose and his Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear — While tragic for Derrick and the Bulls, gives the academic community a chance to reach out and educate the public about ACL injuries: What the ACL is, and if surgery is always indicated – hint- no, it's not 🙂

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Derrick Rose Tears His ACL: Any avid basketball fan now knows that Derrick Rose has torn his Anterior Cruciate Ligament — or ACL.  ACL or Anterior cruci

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Fysisk aktivitet tidlig i livet er positivt for hjernen #MT

“The implication is that exercising during development, as your brain is growing, is changing the brain in concert with normal developmental changes, resulting in your having more permanent wiring of the brain in support of things like learning and memory,” says Bucci. “It seems important to [exercise] early in life.”

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What can neurobiology teach us about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? #MT  

What can neurobiology teach us about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? #MT  

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Er det behandlingen som gjør oss bedre mon tro? #MT

Her var en flott artikkel som belyser det faktum at det ikke nødvendigvis er behandlingen man har fått som virker, selvom man føler seg bedre etter behandling.

Jeg håper "alle" leser denne her før neste besøk hos en behandler.

"The best we can do (which I strive for on this site) is to base our decisions and theories on the best evidence available. A part of most (if not all) training to become a healthcare practitioner involves learning what good evidence is. Still, healthcare practitioners fall victim to biases and logical fallacies all the time. So do I, and so do you.

But that’s okay! In fact, it should be expected.

This is why the scientific method exists.

Science isn’t some institution or authority, nor is it something nerds invented to make themselves feel cool for discovering things. Science is a method of testing things in a way that attempts to weed out our errors in thinking, and see if something truly works.

How do we know if something works (or doesn’t)?"

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What can neurobiology teach us about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? #MT  

What can neurobiology teach us about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? #MT  

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Er det behandlingen som gjør oss bedre mon tro? #MT

Her var en flott artikkel som belyser det faktum at det ikke nødvendigvis er behandlingen man har fått som virker, selvom man føler seg bedre etter behandling.

Jeg håper "alle" leser denne her før neste besøk hos en behandler.

"The best we can do (which I strive for on this site) is to base our decisions and theories on the best evidence available. A part of most (if not all) training to become a healthcare practitioner involves learning what good evidence is. Still, healthcare practitioners fall victim to biases and logical fallacies all the time. So do I, and so do you.

But that’s okay! In fact, it should be expected.

This is why the scientific method exists.

Science isn’t some institution or authority, nor is it something nerds invented to make themselves feel cool for discovering things. Science is a method of testing things in a way that attempts to weed out our errors in thinking, and see if something truly works.

How do we know if something works (or doesn’t)?"

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Why science is important in the world of medicine, health and fitness: things seem to work when they actually don't! Find out why.

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Dr. Mick A. Thacker om smerte på et teoretisk/filosofisk plan. #MT

Morten Høegh (Twitter @MH_DK) intervjuet Dr. Thacker forrige uke under http://noigroup.com/en/Home sin kongress i Adelaide. Her snakker han om embodyment / disembodyment i forbindelse med smerter. I kroniske smertetilstander tror han at vi skal fascilitere disembodyment av den smertefulle kroppen.

Et eksempel på embodyment er om du nå tenker på din venstre albue, beveger den og kjenner at den beveger seg. Du har nå blitt oppmerksom på den kroppsdelen – noe du kanskje ikke har vært tidligere idag. Thacker, slik jeg tolker det, mener at i kroniske smertetilstander har man en veldig sterk embodyment av den smertefulle kroppen og klarer man å jobbe mot disembodyment av den i flere kontekster (kognitive, fysiske, sosiale, biologiske) vil man få smertelette.

Dette er right down my alley av interesse rundt smerter, så jeg anbefaler varmt dette intervjuet fra bloggen http://videnomsmerter.wordpress.com/2012/05/05/interview-med-dr-mick-a-thacker-adelaide-2012/

Direkte lydfil her: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BzQ-xrssr2aUZThhWDdxS2VFc0U #MT

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I sidste uge lovede jeg, at bringe et interview med Mick om hans arbejde med at forstå smerte på et teoretisk/filosofisk plan. Du kan læse lidt om teorien her før interviewet hvis du ikke fik d…

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Er det behandlingen som gjør oss bedre mon tro? #MT

Her var en flott artikkel som belyser det faktum at det ikke nødvendigvis er behandlingen man har fått som virker, selvom man føler seg bedre etter behandling.

Jeg håper "alle" leser denne her før neste besøk hos en behandler.

"The best we can do (which I strive for on this site) is to base our decisions and theories on the best evidence available. A part of most (if not all) training to become a healthcare practitioner involves learning what good evidence is. Still, healthcare practitioners fall victim to biases and logical fallacies all the time. So do I, and so do you.

But that’s okay! In fact, it should be expected.

This is why the scientific method exists.

Science isn’t some institution or authority, nor is it something nerds invented to make themselves feel cool for discovering things. Science is a method of testing things in a way that attempts to weed out our errors in thinking, and see if something truly works.

How do we know if something works (or doesn’t)?"

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Why Science? Part 1 – Because We're Usually Wrong | BBOY SCIENCE
Why science is important in the world of medicine, health and fitness: things seem to work when they actually don't! Find out why.

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 The therapy might work, but does it work in the manner you think it does? #MT …

 The therapy might work, but does it work in the manner you think it does? #MT  

Nok et lærerikt innlegg på bodyinmind.org av Prof Lorimer Moseley om virkningen av behandling er det vi tror det er. Anbefales!

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The therapy might work, but does it work in the manner you think it does?
It might work, but does it work in the manner you think it does? We sometimes have some pretty whacky mechanisms to explain treatments that work and I am on the record as saying that we need to be ope…

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