Winter 2018 - Lower Limb

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Winter 2018 - Lower Limb

The role of In Touch is to support our members by providing educational content from authors who are experts in their field, and this edition on the the various lower limb conditions, and aspects of treatment and rehabilitation is no exception. The articles range from recent research into the treatment of ankle fractures and Achiles tendinopathy, to hip arthroscopy and using ultrasound as a clinical tool. 
Autumn 2018 - Muscle management

Our autumn edition of In Touch considers the various aspects of, and reasons for building and maintaining muscle strength and function. We also highlight the importance of delivering the message that keeping active is essential at all ages

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Summer 2018 - Quality Private Physiotherapy

The theme of our 2018 Physio First conference was all about "making an impact with quality private physiotherapy, and so this edition of In Touch carries articles from some of our conference speakers, all of whom are enthusiastic about our profession and have a wealth of expertise and knowledge to impart to our members.

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Spring 2018 - Low back pain

Low back pain is one of the main presentations encountered to physiotherapists, and one that has a myriad of causes and treatment options. This edition of In Touch offers practical, up-to-date advice on current research into the causes and treatment of LBP as well as a full-on discussion on whether hands-on or hands-off is the most appropriate appr...

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Winter 2017 - Neurology

Nerve related conditions was the second most common diagnosis encountered by our members, based on the results of our 2016 practice profile survey. Our winter edition of In Touch, therefore looks at aspects of nerve related MSK pain, whiplash affected disorders and radiculopathy with the aim of informing clinical reasoning and practice and supporti...

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Winter 2017 - Neurology

  • 15 December 2017
Autumn 2017 - Joint dysfunction

The results of our data collection show that joint pain and dysfunction is the most common condition encountered by our members in their clinics. This edition, therefore focusses on the most recent thinking and research on the subject. 

 

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Summer 2017 - Body, Brain & Business

Our summer edition of In Touch focusses on the theme of our 2017 conference, highlighting the content of some of the lectures delivered over the weekend. In all cases, our articles reinforce our aim of championing evidence-based, cost-effective private physiotherapy and support our members towards Quality Assured Practitioner accreditation.

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Spring 2017 - Exercise

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 ...

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Spring 2017 - Exercise

  • 20 March 2017
Winter 2016 - Scoliosis

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.

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Winter 2016 - Scoliosis

  • 06 January 2017