I know the differences. Like I said before , you are taking shit too literally and blowing up over nothing.
Sure, experiences can have a role in how you train yourself or how you train people, but when you are completely pissing into the wind and just assuming A is a result of B when you don't even know and your reasoning contradicts basic exercise science, that is not okay... and it is your job as a PT to know the difference.
No I'm not. I'm well aware that we all have basically the same make up. Telling a person they
Nobody is arguing that different things work for different people. However, most things work to some degree for most people and only need to be modified for various situations, such as post rehab patients or elderly folks who can't do something as described by their healthcare provider. You're making it seem as though every person is some different species, but we're not. We're all made up of the same stuff, with the differences being age, gender, injury history, and diseases/conditions, etc etc etc. We're all made of bone, muscle, sinew, tendons/ligaments, organs, etc.
There is no way what I suggested would steer him the wrong direction. Not even close to it. The person I had the conversation with seems to be OK with it. He is free not to take the advice. You seem to be the one with the problem here, not me.
Although I wouldn't call what you said dangerous by any means, I would equate misinforming someone due to your inability to further your knowledge on something to steering someone in the wrong direction.