The Functional Approach Blog
News and updates from Craig Liebenson, DC – author, educator, and director of L.A. Sports and Spine.
Heck of a few days. Walking the grounds of Stanford University w/ Gray & Stu seeing them connect about cars & motors etc was fantastic. The day was not without its hitches.
This article is by powerlifter, coach, and writer Marty Gallagher. Learn more about Marty. J’cuse! Every time I put on a strength seminar we workshop “the core four,” the four critical progressive resistance exercises, squat, bench press, deadlift and overhead press....
This tool from Curtin University helps rehab specialists learn about how to effectively communicate with their patients about lower back pain. Take the quiz.
Dr. Liebenson recently talked with Dr. John Rusin about the future of fitness, functional training, and rehab. Check out the interview here.
Here is a summary of the key 4 Principles that are the foundation of the First Principles of Movement Approach. A precision approach is always individualized by learning about the patients goals, expectations, concerns, past history, environment, & social context....
“We work at the acceptable level of uncertainty,” according to Dr Karel Lewit, founding Neurologist of the Prague School of Rehabilitation & Manual Medicine. Being an outlier requires you’re unafraid of being wrong & comfortable with uncertainty.