Greg Lehman is a physiotherapist, chriopractor and strength and conditioning specialist. He teaches international courses primary about biomechanics, pain science and running. He has a strong biomechanical background, which is interesting when you realize his interest in movement optimism and science.
- Biomechanics is the science of movement of a living body, including how muscles, bones, tendons, and ligaments work together to produce movement.
- Questions related to this episode:
- What is the most importmat aspects of the biomechanics for rehabilitation professions in your opinion? When do biomechanics matter?
- Should we interfere with how people move?
- What do the evidence say about stretching? Do you have any examples of a clinical situation where we should recommend a structural approach to stretching?
- What would you recommend the next generation to read, watch or practice?
Litterature and links
S.P.Magnusson. Passive properties of human skeletal muscle during stretch maneuvers. 1998. Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports. doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0838.1998.tb00171.x