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Nicola Clague-Baker
Physio Associate Prof - neuro rehab/exercise/cardiovascular ex/hydro/fatigue/falls/healthy lifestyles/behaviour change/mental health/all views my own
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Joan McParland Nov 18
Thank you What if- your life was spent proving your disease was real/physical/severely disabling waiting on a diagnostic test waiting on effective treatment trying to figure out why a benefits assessor decided you’ll recover in 2yrs after 20yrs with incurable
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Dan Wyke Nov 18
"Certain types of cognitive sluggishness, mental fatigue, and 'brain fog' may be linked to systemic inflammation, according to a new study."
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Charlotte Carter-Lang Nov 18
I just donated a special premature nappy to a UK hospital by tweeting - show your support and do the same! 👶
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Nicola Clague-Baker Nov 18
Facial massage might help to reduce spasms. Hot or cold therapy might also help to relax muscles. Stretching specific facial muscles might help. Also definitely help to get a referral to speech therapy, they are the experts.
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Nicola Clague-Baker Nov 18
Replying to @BelgianBenny
Oh dear hope it got better
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Nicola Clague-Baker Nov 18
Which journal? Thanks and well done
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Nicola Clague-Baker Nov 17
My question: is working the brain to develop more pathways to overcome deficits in cognition ( ie. neuroplasticity), the same as doing exercise for the rest of the body? Using the energy systems and potentially leading to
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Joan McParland Nov 17
Correct, same in NI yet one official statement from & issuing caution on & stating is a severe disabling PHYSICAL disease would immediately focus minds of entire healthcare profession-yet they’re choosing to let us just get on with mammoth task of education
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Dr Keith Geraghty Nov 17
Big response to our Open Survey on your views with Severe ME/CFS; I know some people have had issues with save function sorry. We will CLOSE survey in a few days [around Wednesday 2oth-Friday 22nd Nov] I think, we have enough data already, so just giving people time to complete
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Clinical Rehab Sep 18
DW. Why do we prevent people from using a rehabilitation gym on their own or with family? Worried about safety? An observational study in Australia finds no accidents occurred. and much practice occurred. Time to relax the rules?
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Vaughan Nicholson Oct 2
In this month's our systematic RV on motor imagery in older adults. Just thinking about it is probably worthwhile for balance and mobility.
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Rob Gray Oct 10
The role of attention in motor control and learning
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Susan H. Lin, ScD Nov 6
Patients who enjoy challenging therapy show better outcomes and work harder. - David Putrino, PT, PhD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai
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Nicola Clague-Baker Nov 17
Well done
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Simone Dorsch Nov 14
Replying to @gillyminn
A lot of therapists language helps to maintain a power imbalance, ‘I want you to..... for me’, ‘you need to.... for me’ it’s weird language and speaks to the therapists being in power and the patient doing what they want. See discussion
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A Journey Through the Fog Nov 16
"Do you have any chronic illness rules that help you manage your disease, and provide a framework for dealing with the unexpected?" by
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Natalie Shingfield Nov 16
More evidence the huge role physios need to play in management of long term conditions such as MS and PD. Lifelong access to physiotherapy is the answer not just reactive interventions when function deteriorates
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Workwell Foundation Nov 16
We are pleased to participate in an upcoming webinar Q&A featuring our latest research on , post-exertional malaise, and 2-day CPET on Wednesday, December 11, 2019. The webinar will be hosted by . Please register here and retweet!
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BMJ Patient Editor Nov 16
"With notable exceptions, we still pay far too little attention to patient feedback, patient experience, patient involvement and patient leadership"
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Joan McParland Nov 16
Can’t help feeling sad&frustrated 2see continuous tweets from DOH abt awareness days 4every disease under the sun except ALL worthy-why is ME so ‘unworthy’ on May12 international awareness day? Let’s include ALL service user, awareness days in 2020
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