Brad Beer Physiotherapist Blog
In this blog I will share insights, opinions, and helpful content relating to all things physiotherapy and physical performance. My concepts and frameworks have been refined through the delivery of in excess of 25,000 physiotherapy consultations across a 10 year private physiotherapy practice career.
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Thanks to everyone who has assisted in getting the word out about my newly released book ‘You CAN Run Pain Free!’ A Physio’s 5 Step Guide to Enjoying Injury-Free and Faster Running’. I have been thrilled to have observed it featuring strongly in the AMAZON Running & Jogging charts. It has at one stage held […]
Why I wrote my book ‘You CAN Run Pain Free! A Physio’s 5 Step Guide to Enjoying Injury-Free & Faster Running’13/03/2015
The world is in the middle of what trend analysts are referring to as the second worldwide running boom. Footpaths and fun runs have exploded with a massive surge in people running for recreation and to compete in running events. There are now fun runs, trail runs, colour runs, stair climbs, marathons, obstacle races, and […]
We are just day s away from launching my first book You CAN Run Pain Free! A Physio’s 5 Step Guide to Enjoying Injury-free and Faster Running. I have written this book to help runners realise that it is possible to enjoy pain and injury free running. Sadly many runners incorrectly believe and accept that […]
I am often heard coaching graduating physiotherapy students around the importance of making wise decisions regarding their first physiotherapy position. The weight of their decision and the importance of getting the decision ‘right’ is often underestimated. Acknowledgment of the decision’s importance and how foundational it can be to career success and satisfaction, is often missing. […]
Recently I attended the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s (APA) 2014 Symposium ‘New Frontiers’. The focus of the three day Symposium was how physiotherapy practices can best serve their communities into the future specifically through until 2025. Earlier this year the APA released a document ‘In Practice 2025’ to guide private physiotherapy practice owners on key criteria […]