Autumn 2021 Physiotherapy in a pandemic

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Autumn 2021 Physiotherapy in a pandemic

The emergence of COVID-19 has affected all aspects of our lives, and physiotherapists are no exception to this. Through the past year clinicians have found themselves having to adapt to new ways of assessment and treatment methods. While for some practices this has been a difficult time, for others it has opened up a whole new market and encouraged our members to revisit how they deliver their services to their patients. This edition of In Touch looks at aspects of COVID-19 from the patient perspective with regard to the increasing prevalence of Long-COVID, and offers the practitioner some insight on how private practice has adapted and moved on from the pandemic. 
Summer 2021 Back to the spine

The main focus of the rich content in this edition of In Touch is on the various angles of the spine, from a historical perspective on the evolution of disc herniation understanding a treatment, to the most up-to-date research on Cauda Equina Syndrome. All of our articles aim to underpin our Quality schemes and give our members some take-home conte...

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Spring 2021 Age and wellbeing

The data from our Physio First data collection project indicates that the highest percentage of our members' patient demographic is in the 50 - 59 year old age-range, with the next biggest percentage being the 40 to 49 year old population. This edition of In Touch therefore aims to highlight not only issues that older people face, and how th...

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Winter 2020 - Joint management

With massive developments in joint replacement technology has come improvements in the understanding of the importance of rehabilitiation and the role of the physiotherapist in optmising the outcomes for the patient following surgical procedures. Our guest Editor, Lennard Funk has brought together a range of sub-specialist orthopeadic surgeons w...

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Autumn 2020 - Touch the facts

Touch, as a physiotherapy modality is a major tool in achieving the best outcomes for our patients. This edition explores the various benefits of using hands-on treatments, as well as the options available in the situation where in-clinic options are not available.  

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Autumn 2020 - Touch the facts

  • 10 September 2020
Summer 2020 - Brave new world

This edition is traditionally based on the events at our Physio First annual conference. Even though our 2020 conference was postponed, some of the speakers due to deliver presentations during the weekend kindly supplied them with permission for publication. We are very grateful to them for enabling us to produce an edition that includes clinical a...

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Spring 2020 - The physiotherapy perspective

This issue was prepared and in print prior to the Covid-19 events that overtook us earlier this month (March 2020). It is undeniable, therefore, that some perspectives of our members' physiotherapy practices will have changed from the point of view of the content of this edition, but we hope that you will still find the articles on guided decis...

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Winter 2019 - Sport, exercise and practice

Physiotherapy has long been at the forefront of promoting safe and healthy activity in the UK population. This edition of In Touch covers the range of the active population from the elite sporting individual and how to keep them on the field of play, to tips on how to encourage members of your local community to increase their activity without the ...

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Autumn 2019 - Upper limb

This edition of In Touch explores the area of upper limb conditions from the hand, to the elbow and through to a various shoulder issues that patients may present with. In addition, technology is being put to good use in the rehabilitation of upper limb function for people who have suffered a stroke. 

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Autumn 2019 - Upper limb

  • 13 September 2019