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Chris Alappat May 22
access not only treats injuries and manages chronic conditions, it optimizes health through proactive preventative care that can reduce the need for costly hospital admissions and community support services.
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vicenTerapeuta 13m
In elite male football, hamstring injury has repeatedly been identified as the most common noncontact injury, representing 12% of all injuries.
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KineticControl May 17
A short video explaining how Kinetic Control can be put into practice.
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Adam Danyal May 19
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👮🏻‍♀️PC 5450 Briggs👮🏻‍♀️ May 23
Back at physio this morning! We are getting there! Pain is now pretty much nonexistent but still got strengthening to do
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Mark Elkins May 21
I'm looking forward to the next update of the Database (), when it will surpass 40,000 records: - quality-rated randomised trials, - systematic reviews, and - evidence-based guidelines Easily searchable Many links to full text
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Giacomo Rossettini May 17
At the end of a very long journey.... finally I’m a PhD!!! A special Thanks to all the Researchers and Friends for their help during the last 3 years.
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EIS May 18
We have 3 physiotherapy studentships on offer at the beginning of September 2018. Posts will be integrated within the sports of British Gymnastics, British Rowing and Paralympic sports. Click to watch full video and access links to apply:
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Lori Forner, Physio May 22
Today I am honoured to lecture Physio Masters students where it all started!
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Massage & Fitness May 17
Recent Japanese study finds no relationship between degeneration of cervical spine with "clinical symptoms," with the exception of an association found between foraminal stenosis and upper-limb pain.
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James Armstrong 20h
Just many of the posters that will be starting to appear on campus and on notice boards as the Society gets up and running. Time to become proactive and firmly cement Physiotherapy as the pinnacle of what offer.
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Physio Môn May 22
Fantastic event tonight - 35 people and 1 dog attended our walk around the - getting our Island moving 😁
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Michael Hunter May 18
Johnathan Steel having his second go at the Turkish Get-up using a 20kg kettlebell. This is one of my favourite exercises for end stage athletic shoulder rehab as it utilises the whole kinetic chain
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Tom Wainwright 9h
Great study - a big focus on early mobilisation is dramatically changing outcomes in thoracic surgery thanks to Tim Batchelor for highlighting
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USyd Health Sciences May 17
Half of orthopaedic procedures have no scientific evidence to prove they work better than non-surgical treatments, and another quarter are no more effective than alternatives like , exercise and weight loss. Watch the Joint Operation on :
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CriticalPhysio May 23
Other ways of looking at others - of the self and 'other' in today's
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Anna Wells 23h
Paul McLaughlin, UK physio, with his poster on radiosynovectomy provision in the UK
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C McManus 6h
Most useful approach I have encountered in primary care re pain prescribing has been case discussions involving all clinicians about specific patient frequent opioid requests, leds to consistent message to patient
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Venn Healthcare May 23
Welcoming App Med Ltd Great Yarmouth, to the Venn Healthcare Shockwave family!
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Search My Therapy May 22
Big congratulations to all the winners and participants at the recent Advancing Healthcare Awards 2018. Check out some really innovative healthcare solutions from UK physiotherapists and others
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