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Public Health England publishes resource pack for falls and fracture prevention

News item - Posted on 04/09/2017

4 September 2017 Public Health England has published a resource pack to accompany its Falls and fracture consensus statement: ...

Patients’ perceptions of repair, rehabilitation and recovery after major orthopaedic trauma: a qualitative study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/08/2017

Introduction The most common major trauma injuries are multiple fractures. Orthopaedic trauma research has traditionally focused on surgical techniques, and the impact of this major life event on ...

Physio findings: Psoriatic arthritis linked to fracture risk

Frontline article - Posted on 24/02/2017

Physiotherapy Journal editor Michele Harms and Caroline White report on recent research. ...

Nintendo Wii Fit as an adjunct to physiotherapy following lower limb fractures: preliminary feasibility, safety and sample size considerations

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 26/05/2016

Objective The Nintendo Wii Fit integrates virtual gaming with body movement, and may be suitable as an adjunct to conventional physiotherapy following lower limb fractures. This study examined the ...

Physio-led services win prestigious NHS innovation awards

News item - Posted on 29/01/2016

29 January 2016 Physiotherapy plays an integral part in two teams that received NHS Innovation Challenge prizes, which are funded by ...

Physios key to preventing 300,000 osteoporosis-related fractures each year

News item - Posted on 18/10/2013

18 October 2013 Physiotherapists have a vital role in preventing the UK’s high rate of osteoporosis-related fractures, highlighted in ...

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