They're structured in 5 layers and you can purchase one or more items from any level (that is of course if you don't already have a current subscription).
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Basically quite simply the sportEX medicine category = the Physical Therapy category and the sportEX dynamics category = the Manual Therapy category. We wanted to broaden the content we published which is part of the reason for our rebrand (explained in more detail below) and we didn't want to be pigeon-holed into only being about sport so our Physical Therapy and Manual Therapy categories give us the chance to do this.
Don't worry, it's still us at sportEX. We wanted to launch our rebrand at the same time as we launched the website but we couldn't get everything done in time and the website came first in priority as we wanted to launch the April issues on it. So for now we've kept our sportEX logo but used the new web address because it's actually quite complicated to use a temporary web address when when building a whole new website from scratch. We also wanted to keep the old site live until we're happy everything is working exactly as it should be!
So long answer short - sportEX and Co-Kinetic are two halves of the same company!
This is important for a number of reasons - this is the short version (I'll explain in more detail another time!):
Well I know a lot of my existing subscribers will be very glad to get away from the old page turning archives - I hated them too for what it was worth! Thanks to the design advances in web publishing offered by HTML 5, and a range of new cloud-based internet technologies we've been able to create a nice looking and secure publishing platform which can accomodate all types of media and will form the basis of a learning and professional development community. We have two more relatively significant development phases planned for the next few months but the first priority was to get the foundations of a publishing platform developed and integrated with our existing services like the SCORM-compliant elearning resources. We haven't been able to load all our content on the site yet just because of the volume of work involved but we're getting there and should have everything loaded up by the end of April!
These are still available on Apple, Android and Kinde Fire. You can download these here and you can continue to use your password that we've provided you for this site. If for any reason you change it on this site and you have any problems logging into the mobile app then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
So we've been able to set your current password on this site to be the same as your password on our old site (and this is the login details I will have sent you initially). We've also integrated this site with our sportEX site which means that if you change your password on this site, it will flow through to sportEX and also our mobile apps. However please don't change your password on the sportEX site because this won't flow backwards to co-kinetic! There's more information at this link.
This new site gives us this opportunity to provide you with a major improvement in convenience when it comes to payment processing. While there's a lot I don't like about Amazon you can't fault the ease and convenience of their shopping experience, and for those of us involved in ecommerce technology, it still stands as a gold stanard and something to be aspired to. I've always wanted to offer the convenience of storing credit cards for ongoing purchases but because of the security issues around this, it's not been possible, that is until Stripe was launched. Stripe takes responsibility for the security that small companies couldn't afford to deliver alone, and allows us to integrate with them, while guaranteeing the security that a company like Amazon can. It's revolutionary for small businesses like sportEX and we're very excited to be able to offer it through this new site.
I think that's it for now but I really hope you enjoy the site and as always I would love feedback both good and bad.
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Tor began her professional life training as a physiotherapist at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, UK. She went on to complete a BSc in Sport & Exercise Science at the University of Birmingham whilst also achieving a WTA international tennis ranking.
After graduation she trained as a marketeer with a London marketing agency and then moved into medical journalism where her passion for publishing was born.
At 27 she established sportEX medicine, a quarterly journal for general practitioners focusing on sport and exercise medicine.
sportEX grew into a journal for all sports medicine practitioners, including physical and manual therapists; articles covered the practical application of evidenced-based research alongside professional development with expert contributors drawn from across the world of medicine and rehabilitation.
With a passion for technology as well as publishing and sport, Tor's leadership grew sportEX into the Co-Kinetic journal and website which included a more collaborative, royalty-based form of publishing as well as a wider content remit. As well as the quarterly magazine Co-Kinetic offerings now include e-learning opportunities, breaking clinical research infographics, marketing kits for therapists, business growth tools, and a business discount club.
Tor's focus is providing resources to help practitioners and therapists develop their businesses and to work more efficiently and effectively, a topic that she speaks regularly on at global conferences.
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