Dr. Greg Lehman Interview

Posted: May 4, 2016 in Uncategorized

Do you get confused on how to integrate the biopsychosocial (BPS) model into a busy orthopaedic practice? I know as new grad desperately trying move someone’s L3 on their L4 to fix their low back pain I had no clue how to use the BPS in my practice. In this interview Dr. Lehman breaks down why manual therapy can help back pain, how to integrate pain science into a busy orthopaedic practice, and if modalities such as needling have a roll in treating pain.

Have a listen, you won’t regret it.


To learn more about Greg and to attend one of his courses you can go to www.greglehman.ca to see when he is in your city next. He also provides TONS of free content that you would have to pay for elsewhere.

Enjoy!

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Comments
  1. Jenna Peters says:

    Hi Jesse, Fellow 2007 kin grad / 2010 MPT grad here – really enjoyed this interview (& hopefully attending Dr. Lehman’s Victoria course later this year.) Happy to see other physios pondering the same questions as me (internet for the win) – thanks for posting it – look forward to more!

  2. Jenna Peters says:

    Also.. love your honesty – ie. “when things don’t go as planned” – good lessons I’m also realizing 5 years out!! Also.. wow photos -you meet all the people eh! Impressive!

  3. jessephysio says:

    Thanks for the kind words Jenna, I would highly encourage you to see him in Victoria if you get the chance. I think being honest is the only way to go. No need to cut like I have it all figured out when I don’t believe anyone truly does. Asking questions is healthy and breads professional development. Thanks again!

  4. Terry says:

    I really enjoyed this interview

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