If you do these 13 tasks well, you will build a thriving therapy business, with a constant stream of fresh, new, cash paying clients, as well increasing loyalty among your existing clientele. Sound too good to be true? Well it isn’t – we’ve put it into practice and it works. For each task I will explain the rationale behind why each task appears in the list and, wherever possible, give you links to practical resources to enable you to implement them. Most of the tasks you should be able to do yourself, or with very minimal help. This article is fully open access.
Check out our interactive infographic of the July 2017 issue of Co-Kinetic Journal.
This article describes a quick and effective assessment process for elbow pain that can be carried out in just 10 minutes. Although tendinopathy accounts for the elbow pain of most patients seen in the primary... Read More
Check out this quarter's most newsworthy pieces of research on the topic of massage and manual therapy. Register or sign in to checkout this beautifully designed infographic. The subscription version includes interactive links to each... Read More
Check out this quarter's most newsworthy pieces of research on the topic of sports medicine. Register or sign in to checkout this beautifully designed infographic. The subscription version includes interactive links to each piece of... Read More
This article discusses the incidence, presentation, anatomy and biomechanics of patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) before delving deeper into patient examination, the practical application of patellar taping, the use of orthoses and exercise rehabilitation therapy. It... Read More
In line with our goal of saving you both time and money, here’s our pick of some of the best resources on social media published over the last couple of months. This article is fully... Read More
Our professionally created content marketing kits were designed with busy therapists like you in mind! You can use this kit to meet your specific business needs, whether it’s to attract new clients, build your reputation... Read More
A dynamic and interactive way to check out the contents of the April 2017.
40 must-read articles designed to enable any therapy student make the transition to a fully-fledged clinical practitioner, both legally and effectively. It covers some fundamental clinical areas before progressing to legal and professional topics such... Read More
The objective of our Co-Kinetic module on biotensegrity is to help you as a therapist understand how to integrate biotensegrity principles into physical activity programmes and manual therapies. If we can achieve this, all signs... Read More
Femoracetabular impingement or FAI In 2011 Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine published an article stating that "physiotherapy has no role in the management of FAI and therefore is not recommended" referencing the following Read More
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... Read More
This Handbook is designed to be a definitive guide to students studying any qualification involving anatomy and physical assessment. It includes more than 40 videos designed to be practically applicable. It consists of 13 chapters.... Read More
This is a bumper crop of manuals priced at a 50% discount compared with purchasing them individually. These manuals are also included with the Full Site subscription. This purchase includes:
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.... Read More
This module includes articles on Achilles tendinopathy, Achilles tendinopathy rehabilitation and tendinopathy management. It also includes an up to date review of tendinopathy loading programmes and an overview of the proposed tendinopathy continuum. New tendinopathy... Read More
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