Exercise is an essential item in the physotherapy tool-box, and is listed as one of the most recent methodologies amongst those of our members participating in our Date for Impact project. This edition explores the variety of exercise therapies that are avaialble to us and which of them offer the best evidence for cost-effective physiotherapy ...
- 20 March 2017
Scoliosis is tough for those who have it and who strive for relief from its clutches and we hope that covering the subject will go some way towards helping our members to be better at caring for those who come to see you with this condition.
- 06 January 2017
In this edition our clinical authors explore and explain the issues of gait analysis, foot and ankle rehabilitiation, aspects of tibial tendon dysfunction and the latest in ankle surgery.
- 13 September 2016
Find out about all that happened at our 2016 conference in our summer edition of In Touch. Including the latest evidence informed approach to managing chronic tennis elbow from Bill Vicenzino, Chair in Sports Physiotherapy at the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Queensland.
- 29 June 2016
Michael Skovdal Rathleff, Senior Researcher and Physiotherapist at Alborg University, Denmark applies what we know about the aetiology and epidemiology of patellofemoral pain to an individual.
- 01 April 2016
Read about the ‘Shopping Basket Approach’ to Rehabilitation, from Louise Gifford’s publication Aches and Pains: Book 3, Graded Exposure.
- 01 December 2015
The first of our two editions dedicated to the late Louis Gifford and to his favourite subject – pain - in recognition and thanks of his huge contribution to our profession.
- 01 September 2015