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Orthopaedics

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 ...

Committee seeks senior physiotherapists with interest in joint replacement

News item - Posted on 21/04/2017

21 April 2017 Specialist physiotherapists with an interest in orthopaedics can apply to join the National Joint Registry’s (NJR) ...

Waiting times for orthopaedic care in Northern Ireland are set to grow

News item - Posted on 31/07/2015

31 July 2015 The CSP’s public affairs and policy manager for Northern Ireland, Tom Sullivan, called for changes to the way patients ...

Top surgeon warns against cutting joint operations

News item - Posted on 25/01/2011

25 January 2011 Trusts that save money by cutting down on operations such as hip or knee replacement are taking ‘a dangerous path’, ...

Stapling wounds increases the risk of infection

Frontline article - Posted on 04/05/2010

Two physios at a hospital in Norfolk have had their research into wound closure after orthopaedic surgery published on the BMJ website. ...

Viewpoint Keeping the egg on the spoon

Frontline article - Posted on 20/04/2010

Angela Brett, physiotherapy assistant, John Notley rehabilitation unit, St Mary’s hospital, Northamptonshire Provider Services As a ...

Physios key in MD teams developing new ways of working

Frontline article - Posted on 16/11/2009

Physiotherapists are playing an essential role improving community-based access to musculoskeletal services, says a leading NHS body. ...

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