My name is Sarah and I am a (self-confessed) geek. Actually thinking about it, does it still count as self confessed if everyone else knows you’re a geek too? Probably not.
Anyway I digress.
I've been asked on numerous occasions for a list of books, courses, blogs, etc that have shaped how I think and what I do.
So I decided to put out some posts to cover exactly that. (I’m sure there are fellow geeks out there who will appreciate this ;-)
And so I have decided to start off with books that have changed my life. These are in no particular order, literally just the books that come to mind first (or are always there for reference).
They are also not just related to Biomechanics or the body but have helped me develop in so many different ways that I feel the need to share these too.
Here we go...
Book Recommendation: Explain Pain by David Butler and Lorimer Mosley.
"All pain is real, and for many people it is a debilitating part of everyday life. It is now known that understanding more about why things hurt can actually help people to understand their pain.
I simply cannot recommend this book highly enough. It changed the way I think, the way I work with clients, the way I see things in my work and in my life.
It's an essential read for anyone who works with people in pain as well as people who live with pain on a day to day basis.
Actually scrap that, it's an essential read for EVERYONE!
The book itself is a pretty hefty price but it's worth every penny!
There is also a 'Supercharged' version now too although I haven't read a copy of that but it is definitely on my list of books to buy in 2018!