How blogging about physiotherapy research can get you fired

Haraldur Sig

Recently, a blog post I wrote about limitations of spinal manipulation got me fired!

Somehow that doesn’t surprise me, maybe that’s just what happens when you rattle some dinosaur cages. A dinosaur in physiotherapy is someone who is stuck in the past, and refuses to update his/her views with new evidence unless it feeds their confirmation bias (1). It’s obviously not a technical term, but a valid description that I am by no means the first one to blog about (2). It’s also not a blanket description of everyone that graduated before me. It’s not the age that defines the dinosaur, but rather the attitude. There’s plenty of physios with many years of experience that still remain open to new ideas and evolve their practice to reflect these ideas.

Dinosaurs and their followers are very prevalent today, even among the young folk who work with and…

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