3 TRUTHS UNIVERSITY DIDN’T TELL YOU ABOUT RADICULAR SYNDROME

3 TRUTHS UNIVERSITY DIDN'T TELL YOU ABOUT RADICULAR SYNDROME I’m sure a lot of students and therapists out there have ...
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6 FACTS EVERY PHYSIO NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT LUMBAR DISK HERNIATIONS

Fact & Fiction around lumbar disc herniations Hardly any musculoskeletal topic has received as much media coverage as herniated discs ...
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How knowledge about statistics will make you a better evidence-based physio

Statistics is one of the most confusing topics for physios and physio students. Most probably this is due to the ...
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Clinical Pearls and Advice From a Young PT to Even Younger PTs

I must have read a lot of different blogposts in the last year, but certainly one of the greatest was ...
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Part 2: Clinical Pears and Advice From a Young PT to Even Younger PTs

We hope you enjoyed last weeks blog article about “Clinical Pearls and Advice from a young PT to even younger ...
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The Upper Traps, over assessed, over blamed & very misunderstood!

This is a reblog from Adam Meakins Blog: The Sports Physio | Simple, practical honest advice The upper traps get ...
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A new Paradigm in Manual Therapy: Abandoning Segmental Motion Palpation

Have you ever wondered why you struggle to feel hypermobility at L4-L5 in 3D flexion direction, while your MT teacher ...
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Reverse Kegels?!

This is a reblog from Victoria Philip’s blog: Positively Pelvic. Victoria is a pelvic floor physiotherapist who blogs about issues ...
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

This is a reblog from Sian Smale’s and Alicia Rayner’s blog: Rayner & Smale – Physiotherapy Blog. Sharing knowledge & ...
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How blogging about physiotherapy research can get you fired

This is a reblog from Haraldur B. Sigurðsson’ Blog We are working in this relatively young and rapidly developing profession ...
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