The biggest section under our physical therapy category, covering the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injury.
Research reviews and analyses of this quarter's physical therapy, sports medicine and MSK research journals.
Topics include sports psychology, sports performance, rehabilitation psychology and pain psychology.
This section covers the latest hot topics in sports medicine and physical therapy includin the management of concussion, sudden cardiac death, the use of ultrasound tissue characterisation (UTC) for tendinopathies, and the role of treatments such as PRP and shockwave therapy for sports injuries.
The Co-Kinetic Journal is our quarterly print journal featuring the best articles and content published on the Co-Kinetic site within that quarter. This section features groups of articles that have been included in the various issues of the print journal.
Conference presentations in various formats including Powerpoint and videos.
Achilles tendinopathy rehabilitation, tendinopathy management and current concepts in tendinopathy loading programmes - this module is dedicated to the topic of tendinopathy injury.
This toolkit on patellofemoral pain consists of a series of articles, videos and patient information leaflets that have explored many aspects of the patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) including causation, prediction of outcome and management strategies.
Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) can be difficult to rehabilitate, particularly among runners. This module will bring you up to date with the very latest evidence base on ITBS (narrative review article) and show you how to practically employ the ITBS conservative management framework.
In this module of three articles author Jason Masek will provide a greater understanding of the biomechanics of lumbo-pelvic-femoral dysfunction as it relates to FAI and as understood by the Postural Restoration Institute®. This module is also included as part of a full site subscription.
This section contains all our articles on relating to taping, particularly that relating to kinesio taping. We are also teaming up with Rocktape to publish monthly content including practical video demonstrations.
A rich resource of articles covering MSK injury, diagnosis and rehabilitation, sports medicine, physical therapy and sports rehabilitation (every article we've published since 1999). These articles are published in Flash format and can only be viewed on desktop or laptop devices.
This section contains patient information and resources such as patient leaflets, patient handouts and downloadable ebooks. You can buy them individually, as part of the patient resource section or they are included within the full site subscription.
Articles and resources that are specifically well-suited to students studying topics relating to physical and manual therapy including physiotherapy, sports therapy, sports rehabilitation and sports massage.
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