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Does adding cognitive-behavioural physiotherapy to exercise improve outcome in patients with chronic neck pain? A randomised controlled trial

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 26/05/2016

Objectives To determine whether adding a physiotherapist-led cognitive-behavioural intervention to an exercise programme improved outcome in patients with chronic neck pain (CNP). Design ...

Interventions to aid patient adherence to physiotherapist prescribed self-management strategies: a systematic review

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 26/05/2016

Background Physiotherapist prescribed self-management strategies are an important adjunct to ‘hands on’ treatment. However, treatment outcomes are likely to be related to whether patients adhere to the ...

Salford Girls Can

News item - Posted on 19/05/2016

19 May 2016 Physio academics and students at the University of Salford have teamed up to produce a short exercise-promoting video, ...

Physios win excellence award for integrated pulmonary and heart failure rehab

News item - Posted on 19/05/2016

19 May 2016 A physiotherapy team in Leicestershire was celebrating after winning an award for an innovative integrated rehab scheme, ...

Exercise before lung surgery, MS rehab, falls fear

Frontline article - Posted on 29/04/2016

In our regular round-up of research, Janet Wright looks at how exercise before lung surgery improves quality of life, and how robots lend a hand with MS rehabilitation. ...

Physio findings: exercise could prevent back pain

Frontline article - Posted on 11/04/2016

In our regular round-up of research, Janet Wright looks at how exercise could prevent back pain, students can compete for research prizes and how physios can help clear airways.   ...

No more acupuncture for low back pain, say NICE draft proposals

News item - Posted on 24/03/2016

24 March 2016 Acupuncture should not be used to manage low back pain, according to draft guidance published by the National Institute ...

Physio findings: gym can ease cancer’s effects on both mind and body

Frontline article - Posted on 14/03/2016

In our regular round-up of research Janet Wright looks at how exercise can ease cancer's effects on mind and body and an injection of botulinum toxin followed by physiotherapy could ease knee pain caused by ...

2016 updated - Managing Activity and Exercise with an Eating Disorder - Service User Booklet

Document - Posted on 09/03/2016

Kate Brown, Advanced Specialist Physiotherapist It is widely known that there are many positive physical and psychological health benefits ...

Give heart failure patients more cardiac rehab options, says NICE

News item - Posted on 23/02/2016

23 February 2016 People with heart failure should receive an exercise-based rehab programme to do at home, hospital or a community ...

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