Category Archives: Evidence base practice

What is Osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis (OA) is something that can affect your joints. It can cause pain, stiffness, swelling, and grinding sensations within your joint. Over time the cartilage that helps protect the bone within your joints can wear away, so that the bones rub together, causing the above symptoms. Osteoarthritis can also be called arthrosis, osteoarthrosis, degenerative joint […]

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Advances In Hip Replacement, by Nick Naylor

Total hip replacements have had a stigma that they’re only for older people, this means many younger people suffer, unnecessarily in silence, with hip pain. As the medical technology improves so does the life expectancy of the artificial joint, therefore there is less need for revised worn artificial joints, which was the initial reservation of […]

Understanding Achilles Tendinopathy and Research

Understanding Achilles Tendinopathy and Research

I am fortunate enough to not only have the pleasure of working for Physit, treating a wide variety of injuries, aches and pains; but also to work on a medical research trial which is a collaboration with Barts Health NHS Trust and Queen Mary University London. Prior to joining Physit, my role for the past […]

Physiotherapy Works! Evidence of early intervention of musculoskeletal injuries

Physiotherapy Works! Evidence of early intervention of musculoskeletal injuries

| 21st February, 2013

http://www.csp.org.uk/sites/files/csp/secure/csp_physioworks_2011_msd_1.pdf

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