This phrase has been used as a concise expression of the duty of a traveler on the highway to use due care to detect and avoid defects in the way.
This is to say that YOU, O reader, are the traveler, and you should be careful of what you read on the internet!
And here I invoke
“The common biomechanical approach to pain treatment has some major flaws right at its center. For example:
- We don’t have a great idea about what movements are best for a particular individual in a particular context.
- Our biomechanical assessments are often unreliable and invalid.
- Our corrections often work for reasons unrelated to actual changes in biomechanics.
- Many common movement and postural “faults” are not correlated with chronic pain.
- Tissue damage is poorly correlated with chronic pain.
- Chronic pain is often more about nervous system sensitivity than tissue damage.”