This leaflet comes in 3 different printable formats and has been written for patients. It gives information on why back pain is common during pregnancy, suggests treatment options and gives advice on how to relieve the pain and anatomical stresses brought on by pregnancy. The leaflet is provided in three versions: A4 double page spread, A3 double page spread and 2 x A4 single pages. You can purchase it individually using the Purchase button below, or through part of a subscription. We can also rebrand any of these leaflets to include your own logo and contact details. More information about rebranding can be found here.
This article, along with the checklist provided, will help you to diagnose the state of your financial health. The suggested resources, as well as the basic budget spreadsheet and key points will enable you to... 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.
Catch up on this quarter's essential physical therapy research. Our Physical Therapy Journal Watch brings you all the most important journal discoveries with our own unique Co-Kinetic take-home messages. This is one of our most... Read More
Our regular research reviewer, physical therapist Joseph Brence, reviews the role of neurodynamics in medical screening: why it’s useful, how to do it and the clinical relevance of the tests.
Our regular research review summarises research looking into how the act of observing an action can help prepare the patient for executing the action. It is possible that using this activity as a first stage in the rehabilitation process might result in higher quality movements and faster recovery.
This article describes a quick and effective assessment process for low back pain that can be carried out in just 10 minutes. Low back pain (LBP) is a very common ailment seen by clinicians and therapists but with a structured approach to history and examination, a quick assessment can still be extremely effective. Early mobilisation is key to a successful outcome. This article covers LBP pathologies, a flow chart for determining whether the back pain needs immediate or urgent management, examination tests, investigations, management and suggested stretching exercises with an accompanying patient leaflet and a certificated elearning quiz.
Injury prevention is personal. Generic preventative exercise programmes are likely to modify some risk factors of injury, but the evidence proves that an individualised programme, designed specifically for each player, is considerably more effective. The first article in this series discussed risk factors of injury and outlined clinical tests that can screen for these risk factors, providing normative data to enable the medical team to identify those players at risk of injury. This article covers the next challenge which is to establish the best method for modifying these risk factors. It outlines the basic principles of designing an injury prevention programme, and examines the current research on the most commonly used methods in the field of injury prevention. This article contains a number of PDF exercise programmes, tables and a certificated elearning quiz.
Catch up on this quarter's essential massage therapy research. Our Massage Therapy Journal Watch brings you all the most important journal discoveries with our own unique Co-Kinetic take-home messages. This is one of our most popular sections of content aimed at saving you time and money not having to trawl the research journals!
More than 50% of pregnant women suffer low back pain (LBP). This article describes the distinction between physiological and pathological back pain, the difference between pelvic girdle pain and low back pain and outlines diagnostic strategies and treatment options for each. The full text of the article is available with a free registered account. The paid version includes 3 patient advice leaflets and 3 sizes of the Good v Bad Desk Posture Poster in print-ready format (which is also brandable).
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