Highlights include: To Shod or Not to Shod: Are We Asking the Right Question?; Managing the Pinch: A Review of Shoulder Impingement Care; Connectivity: Fascia-Related Therapies; A Marketing Strategy for Therapists; Do You Have What it Takes to Run a Successful Therapy Business?
Highlights include: Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: A Practical Treatment Approach, Elbow Pain Made Easy: The 10 Minute Consultation, Adding Lessons from TCM to your Manual Therapy Toolbox and Is Massage an Effective Sports Recovery Strategy?
Highlights include: Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction, Patellar Tendon Pain, Osteoarthritis of the Knee, Acupuncture in Clinical Practice, Patient Information Leaflets, How to Get More Physical Therapy Clients, The 10 Most Discussed Pieces of Research in Sports Medicine and Manual Therapy.
Highlights include: Heel Pain: The 10 Minute Assessment; Plantar Fasciitis: A Pain in the Heel; Patient Information Leaflet: Chronic Plantar Heel Pain; Combined Movement Theory for Massage Therapists; The 10 Most Discussed Pieces of Research in Sports Medicine and Manual Therapy.
Highlights include: Low Back Pain Assessment: The 10 Minute Consultation; LBP During Pregnancy: Physiological v Pathological Back Pain; 5 Evidence-Based Strategies for Reducing Injury Rates in Professional Football; 10 Website Home Page Essentials for Winning New Clients; Role of Vision in Rehab.
Highlights include: A series of articles on biotensegrity; Reducing injury rates in professional football using surveillance and screening; Proximal biceps tendon rupture of the hamstring: A case study of a multidisciplinary rehabilitation approach; Business Development for Physical Therapists.
Highlights include: Preventing and managing anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury (with patent leaflets); Supporting your athletes to thrive under pressure by tipping the psychological balance; FAI mechanisms, diagnosis and treatment options using Postural Restoration Part 3
Highlights include: Novel bedside tests to explore bodily perception in pain and rehabilitation; Conservative management of ITB syndrome: a clinical reasoning journey and a narrative review; Muscle energy technique for joint mobilisation; Plus our regular research reviews and journal watches.
Highlights include: The hidden influence of metaphor within rehabilitation; Identifying the primary driver of symptoms in patellofemoral pain: a possible method of patient subgrouping to guide tailored interventions; Proximal muscle rehabilitation for patellofemoral pain.
Highlights include: Shock-wave therapies for sports injuries; Femoroacetabular impingement: mechanisms, diagnosis and treatment options using Postural Restoration Part 2; Research into Practice: Complex regional pain syndrome: what have we learned?
Highlights include: Biotensegrity Part 3: Levers and Pendulums in Human Anatomy Are So Yesterday; Stretch characteristics of Kinesiology tape: a practical application; Swedish massage in a sporting context: part 2; Physical therapy services at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Highlights include: Is a comprehensive exercise programme more effective than advice for chronic WAD?; Femoroacetabular impingement: mechanisms, diagnosis and treatment options using Postural Restoration®: part 1; Diagnosing Achilles tendinopathy: a ‘how to’ guide.
Highlights include: Human dissection: What can we learn as therapists from the dissection experience?; A review of the impact of kinesiology tape on fascial chains and flexibility; Dry needling; Swedish massage in a sporting context: part 1; Professional standards in massage.
Highlights include: Vitamin D in sport and exercise medicine: a practical review; The challenges of youth: psychosocial response to injury and rehabilitation in youth athletes; Practical model for managing tennis elbow; Managing Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome.
Highlights include: Have we lost the opportunity to create a reputable brand?; Why massage research is flawed; The continuing research for the use of kinesiotape: an update; Yoga as therapy; Biotensegrity Part 2: The Role of the Fascia in the Science of Body Architecture; Journal Watch.
Highlights include: Meniscal injury: A review of function, presentation and assessment tools; Hamstring Injuries in Football Part 2: Prevention; Is there a correlation between knee valgus angle during a land-based single-leg squat and a water-based vertical jump in water polo athletes; T4 syndrome.
Highlights include: Myofascial techniques for hip mobility; Improve squat patterning with fascial stretch therapy™ - Part 2; Shoulder impingement for manual therapists; Biotensegrity Part 1: An Introduction to Biotensegrity and its Importance to Massage Therapists; Massage Therapy Journal Watch.
Highlights include: Adolescent Patellofemoral Pain: Treatment and Management; Management of tendinopathies with ultrasound tissue characterisation (UTC); Reaching out for a helping hand: The role of social support in sports injury rehabilitation; Reconstruction of a pilot’s ACL.
Highlights include: Treating persistent musculoskeletal pain: Reclaiming a holistic framework for massage and manual therapy; Fibromyalgia: The myofascial trigger point connection; Kinesiology taping; Improve squat patterning with fascial stretch therapy™ - Part 1.
Highlights include: Does specificity of manipulation matter in the treatment of chronic low back pain (LBP);Who is at risk for falling and what can we do about it?; Sports triage medical screening and physical therapy management; It's all in the mind: Psychosocial interventions to improve recovery.
Highlights include: Functional fascial taping® research; Playing hurt: an ethical issue in sports medicine?; How to read a research paper; Function, form and fascia. What lies beneath?; Massage Therapy Journal Watch.
Highlights include: Physical therapy may assist in recovery from depression in injured workers; Don’t ignore the importance of the therapeutic alliance; Risk, response and recovery: Psychology of sports injury; Hamstring Injuries in Football Part 1: Assessment, Diagnosis and Prognosis.
Highlights include: Functional fascial taping: Does it have an effect on those with LBP?; Taping to Treat Patellofemoral Pain: Does the Science Support the Hype; A new anatomy for the 21st century; Myofascial taping: controlling the myofascial tension.
Highlights include: Sprint-Related Hamstring Injuries: The Current State of Play; Claudication and fear of movement/ (re)injury & activity avoidance; Should a prescriptive clinical prediction rule drive our decision making process in patients with low back pain?
Highlights include: The role of strength and conditioning in training programmes for young athletes; The immediate effects of self myofascial release (SMR) on female footballers - a case study; The minefield of achilles tendinopathy management: a case study part 1&2; Massage Therapy Journal Watch.
Highlights include: Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: What can be Predicted?; Its time to redefine sleep: applied SWR techniques developed for elite Olympic athletes; Physiotherapy and pilates for the dressage rider; The brain, movement and pain: part 1.
Highlights include: Critique of fascial release; Going with the flow: the use of aquatic therapy in sports injury rehabilitation; Maximising your gluteus - part 2; Music: Harmony with sport?; The evidence for the use of kinesiotape: An update; Massage Therapy Journal Watch.
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