As the 2009 year is now a thing of the past and we are working on 2010, I wanted to reflect upon some of the top posts on this site. I know there are many new readers to this site every day and sometimes it is hard to go back through all the past posts to find the great articles. There are a few from the end of 2008 that I have included as this site was barely alive in 2008, but regardless, these are the top sites of the year!
Top Ranked Posts – Most Visits
Below is my list of the top 5 visited pages for 2009. This is a little misleading as most people visit my home page and read the recent posts there. The ones below gained so much attention as many other websites have linked to them and continue to send readers:
I had a few guest posts throughout the year (and am always looking for more, contact me above if interested). The top 2 are below and were both in the top 15 of my pages this past year, thanks Trevor and Harrison!
Complications Following Distal Radius Fractures by Trevor Winnegge. This one was pretty popular and continue to send many Google searches my way. I guess there isn't a lot of information on the web like this, maybe I should slant my posts towards the hand/wrist, too many people talking about the knee and shoulder!
The Essential Reading List . This is the cumulated list of recommended books by myself and other experts from physical therapy, athletic training, and strength and conditioning. The recommended books by Ken Crenshaw, Sue Falsone, Eric Cressey, Leon Chaitow, George Davies, and myself.
Rehabilitation Protocols . This was to announce the latest addition of the rehabilitation protocol CDs that Kevin Wilk and I have on CD from AdvancedCEU.com . There was so much work that went into the 2nd edition CDs that I had to brag about them. We more than doubled the amount of protocols to 139 including nonoperative, postoperative, exercise handouts, and interval sports programs for the shoulder, elbow, knee, foot, and ankle.
5 Things I learned in 2009 . A recent post, but one that I want to try doing every year. I always ask my colleagues and friends what they are doing differently lately. When some say, “not much” etc, I often get on them for being stagnant, always grow and change what you do for the better!