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 is supported by a series of videos which can also be used as part of a patient education programme, as well as printable patient information leaflets.
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This Content Marketing Kit is designed to help you attract more visitors to your website, grow and strengthen your social networks and provide a value-added resource to your existing customers and strengthen trust with prospective clients in order to convert them to paying customers. The full kit contains 27 social media posts, 6 embeddable videos, 2 client articles (PDFs) and 1 pre-written email (plus Mailchimp template).
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In this week's Massage Monday video, Susan will demonstrate one of her favourite techniques, Transverse Soft Tissue Release. Brought to you by Susan Findlay from the North London School of Sports Massage (NLSSM).
This article with accompanying videos and a client handout, has been written for practitioners, and discusses the issue of osteoarthritis of the knee, the role of exercise, its relationship with (or not) arthritis and progresses to physical therapy interventions including exercises which should be included as part of a strengthening and stretching plan. It is supported by videos which show manual therapy techniques that can be used as part of a treatment programme and additional videos that can be used as part of a patient education programme. Register free (or sign in) and we'll reveal a really clever way you can identify local opportunities for delivering osteoarthritis services.
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A ready-made business growth content marketing kit for promoting yourself and your business without being salesy! The kit is based on the theme of Rugby Injuries and timed to coincide with the 2017 6 Nations Rugby Tournament. It includes a social media campaign, content for your website or blog, email newsletter content, a PDF article, posters and leaflets and a promotional video you can add to your YouTube/video channel or embed on your website.
The tools in this kit will help you:
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We have all been in the situation where a patient presents to us with severe pain and impaired motion in a particular direction. We want to relieve their pain but don't want to do too much treatment and make them feel worse. Combined Movement Theory (CMT) is an examination and treatment framework incorporating spinal manipulation techniques, muscle energy techniques and mobilisation. Patients are placed in comfortable positions and moved in a manner that evokes a brain orchestrated pain inhibition mechanism, quickly. Patients learn that the threat they perceived, with a particular motion, can be simply reduced with movement. Now that we understand the neurophysiological effects of Dr Brian Edwards’ ‘combined movements’, it is clinically reasonable and a valuable tool for anyone interested in addressing specific impairments with specific physical education (Manual Therapy). This article explains the essential elements of CMT, how to put theory into practice, how to incorporate mobilisation and manipulation, how to detect regular and irregular patterns of spinal movement, and finally how to progress treatments.
As every interaction is an opportunity to build a relationship, we've designed this kit to help you run both a customer feedback campaign in your local area and via email. We've called the campaign 'We’d Love to Hear Your Thoughts' and you can use some or all of the resources that work best for you. We have created text and images for both an email or printed letter and print-ready artwork for A6 postcards across two themes.
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This General Marketing Resources Kit for Therapists includes the following:
All resources have been professionally designed and are printable in several formats and include 'bleed' versions for professional printing if required.
This article is a step by step guide on how to use the printed material included in all our Marketing Kits for Therapists to grow your therapy business. Once you have selected which campaign you'd like to implement, this article will walk you through how to use our resources to promote your campaign locally.
This article is a step by step Guide on exactly how to create an email marketing campaign, utilising the ready-made email resources (text and images) in our Marketing Kits for Therapists to run your business growth campaigns.
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