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Early intervention

Inquiry into cerebral palsy highlights need for early diagnosis and faster access to physiotherapy

News item - Posted on 06/02/2015

6 February 2015 Children with cerebral palsy should be diagnosed more quickly and receive interventions such as physiotherapy much ...

In perspective - Jill Barker argues that welfare spending can be cut by reducing sickness absence

Frontline article - Posted on 15/09/2014

Welfare spending can be cut by reducing sickness absence and through early intervention physiotherapy, not by punishing those in need, argues Jill Barker. ...

Development of robotic mobility for infants: rationale and outcomes?

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 30/08/2012

Objectives To assess the feasibility of a robotic mobility device for infants using alternative control interfaces aimed at promoting early self-initiated mobility, and to assess the effects of a ...

A cognitive-behavioural programme for the management of low back pain in primary care: a description and justification of the intervention used in the Back Skills Training Trial (BeST; ISRCTN 54717854)

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 27/09/2010

A multicentre randomised controlled trial has been commissioned to evaluate cognitive-behavioural (CB) approaches in the management of subacute and chronic low back pain in primary care. This paper ...