Posts Tagged 'rehabilitation'

ACL Pathology & Functional Impairment

September 1, 2010 by   Print
Filed under Physiotherapy Blog

Recent media reports reminded me of the necessity for vigilance and clinical reasoning when assessing... 

Scapular Alignment & Shoulder Impingement

July 3, 2009 by   Print
Filed under Physiotherapy Blog, Shoulder

Most clinicians involved in treating shoulder impingement syndromes acknowledge the role of scapulo-thoracic joint alignment in impingement patients.  The clinical challenges is to... 

Therapeutic exercise

May 7, 2009 by   Print
Filed under Articles

The therapeutic effects of exercise have been widely advocated over many centuries largely on the basis of imperical evidence.  Whilst there has been some variation in the methods... 

Psychosocial Flags

October 12, 2008 by   Print
Filed under Knee, Lumbar Spine

As one on the frontlines for 20 years the concept of “flags” was useful to provide a strategy for integrating multiple elements into patient management strategies. Unfortunately... 

Planning Rehabilitation Programs

July 27, 2008 by   Print
Filed under News, Physiotherapy Blog, Therapeutic Exercise

Key points to consider planning a rehabilitation program Manipulation of the many variables which influence the effect of an exercise can be daunting. Too much load may result in tissue... 

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