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Physiotherapists and General Practitioners attitudes towards ‘Physio Direct’ phone based musculoskeletal Physiotherapy services: a national survey

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/05/2017

Objectives Physiotherapy phone based, “Physio Direct” (PD) musculoskeletal triage and treat services are a relatively new phenomena. This study explored Physiotherapist and GP attitudes towards PD ...

Poll makes a difference to patient satisfaction at Belfast physio service

News item - Posted on 25/07/2016

25 July 2016 Physio staff and patients in Belfast have been recognised for their work in improving physiotherapy services, by ...

Current management of pregnancy-related low back pain: a national cross-sectional survey of UK physiotherapists

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 24/02/2016

Background Pregnancy-related low back pain (LBP) is very common. Evidence from a systematic review supports the use of exercise and acupuncture, although little is known about the care received by women ...

Physiotherapy clinical educators’ perceptions and experiences of clinical prediction rules

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 26/11/2015

Objectives Clinical prediction rules (CPRs) are widely used in medicine, but their application to physiotherapy practice is more recent and less widespread, and their implementation in physiotherapy ...

Survey shows major boost in awareness of physiotherapy

News item - Posted on 29/11/2012

29 November 2012 People are much more aware of the role of physiotherapy than they were four years ago, a public opinion survey ...

Contemporary undergraduate physiotherapy education in terms of physical activity and exercise prescription: practice tutors’ knowledge, attitudes and beliefs

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 15/06/2012

Objectives Practice tutors’ evaluation to (i) establish current physical activity and exercise promotion and prescription curriculum content and (ii) their knowledge, attitudes and beliefs concerning ...

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