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Nic Lucas on Wednesday 19 June at I wont take the bait and will instead focus on the issues. They get eyeballs, but no action. Put another way, the number of tweets you get are about as good a measure of your blogs effectiveness as craniosacral is as an objective measure of well-being.
As Osteopaths, we do have to accept the current evidence about the lack of effectiveness for manipulative therapies. It is what it is.
In any case, when it comes to manipulation, you also have to throw into the mix the percentage of unknown but likely people who do respond in some positive way to the specific action of the manipulation. So, while I completely acknowledge the data. And while I personally found that manipulation had NO EFFECT on my back pain, other than that the person who did the manipulations hurt me when they performed them, I can still understand why osteopaths in practice have a strong belief, and experience, about the usefulness they have in the care of people with back pain.
Well, why would you persist with aggravating and provocative titles, that antagonise the very people you hope to change?
So why do you keep doing it? Do you really want to educate the osteopaths? Do you really want to inspire them to adopt best practice?
Do you really want to relieve them of the need to carry out the hard work of manipulating people day in and day out in place of a best practice alternative? Or, are you just so fed up that you are happy to cite papers and throw up antagonistic headlines that get littered throughout the twittersphere?
Osteopaths … when you read about the study Edzard quotes … and if we stick to that data and refrain from personifying it … what headline would YOU come up with?
Edzard on Wednesday 19 June at Nic Lucas on Thursday 20 June at A stick represents violence. People will argue against you, to DEFY you, just because you brought a stick. If you use the stick you will waste your time.
Most people going into alt med are going into it to help other people … they just wanna get into a school, pay their fees, pass their exams and get into practice. So, taking a stick to them is useless. The educational institutions is where change can be initiated; and yet again, if you rock up to their front door with a STICK then that will be like taking a red flag to a bull.
When it comes to chronic low back pain and osteopaths, what do you want Edzard that is positive for the osteopaths and the people with back pain? What would be a great outcome for you, specifically related to chronic low back pain? What would you love to see changed in educational institutions?
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