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Co-Kinetic and Altmetric have joined forces to bring you this quarterly infographic covering the most discussed pieces of research relevant to sports medicine in the last three months. The paid version includes interactive links to... Read More
Putting big mouths and big ideas behind microphones. Listen to the latest episode of The Physio Matters Podcast, Session 42: ‘I Don’t Like Taking Pain Killers’ with Dave Baker & ACPOM-IT.
The Physio Matters Podcast... Read More
Co-Kinetic and alternative research metrics company Altmetric, have joined forces to bring you a live infographic of the most discussed pieces of research relevant to sports medicine each month. The latest month is viewable below.... Read More
Co-Kinetic and alternative research metrics company Altmetric, have joined forces to bring you a new infographic covering the most discussed pieces of research relevant to sports medicine between October and December 2016.
The full version... Read More
With the Rio Olympics now upon us and Rio being one of the major transmission zones of Zika, we’ve put together a short document outlining key points for medical professionals with some links to live... Read More
This article discusses the role that the relatively new treatment modality of radial shockwave therapy (RSWT) can play in rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders. The study presents empirical evidence on the benefits of RSWT in the... Read More
This article discusses the possible benefits and mechanisms of effect of extracorporeal shock-wave therapy (ESWT). The terminology is also clarified, making it easier for the reader to interpret the literature on this subject.
This article discusses the current evidence for the short- and long-term effects of concussion in sport and how occurrences of concussion should be managed. The article also considers the potential role of medical imaging in... Read More
Suboptimal levels of vitamin D are now recognised as a worldwide public health problem (1), having a range of effects through many mechanisms. A wide range of individuals – even the supremely fit – can... Read More
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