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In review: featured book

Frontline article - Posted on 05/02/2018

Our featured item is 'Inspirational Writing for Academic Publication' by Gillie Bolton and Stephen Rowland, to find out more, read on ... ...

Immediate effects of thoracic spinal mobilisation on erector spinae muscle activity and pain in patients with thoracic spine pain: a preliminary randomised controlled trial

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 24/02/2017

Objectives To investigate the activity of the thoracic erector spinae muscles and perceived pain intensity immediately after central postero-anterior (PA) mobilisation of the thoracic spine. Design ...

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Frontline article - Posted on 06/10/2015

Cognitive behavioural therapy, University College London's first professor of physiotherapy Eleanor Main and manual therapy. ...

Physiotherapy pioneer shoots from the hip on joint repositioning

News item - Posted on 24/08/2015

24 August 2015 A New Zealand-based physiotherapist who gave his name to an influential manual handling approach is set to make a rare ...

UK gains a Maitland concept instructor

News item - Posted on 04/04/2013

4 April 2013 A British physiotherapist has qualified as a tutor of the Maitland technique, making him the UK’s only practising ...

Musculoskeletal techniques for clinically stable adults with cystic fibrosis: a preliminary randomised controlled trial

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 20/09/2011

Aims To assess the sensitivity of selected outcome measures to any change resulting from treatment of adults with cystic fibrosis with physiotherapy musculoskeletal techniques, use the data for sample ...

Assessing the effect of sample size, methodological quality and statistical rigour on outcomes of randomised controlled trials on mobilisation, manipulation and massage for low back pain of at least 6 weeks duration

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 01/10/2010

Objectives To assess the effect of sample size, methodological quality and statistical rigour on outcomes of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) on manual therapy (i.e. manipulation, mobilisation ...

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