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A service evaluation and improvement project: a three year systematic audit cycle of the physiotherapy treatment for Lateral Epicondylalgia

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 29/05/2018

Objectives To improve outcomes of physiotherapy treatment for patients with Lateral Epicondylalgia. Design A systematic audit and quality improvement project over three phases, ...

Efficacy of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for rotator cuff tendinopathy: a systematic review

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 24/02/2016

Objective To perform a systematic review on the efficacy of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) for the treatment of rotator cuff tendinopathy in adults. Methods A literature ...

Understanding the barriers and enablers to implementation of a self-managed exercise intervention: a qualitative study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/08/2015

Background Despite a proliferation of research evidence, there remains a ‘gap’ between what this evidence suggests and what happens in clinical practice. One reason why physiotherapists might not ...

Patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy can successfully self-manage, but with certain caveats: a qualitative study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 28/02/2014

Objectives Evidence has emerged supporting the value of loaded exercises for rotator cuff tendinopathy but there are barriers that might prevent implementation of this intervention in the real-world. ...

Development of a self-managed loaded exercise programme for rotator cuff tendinopathy

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 29/11/2013

This paper describes a self-managed loaded exercise programme which has been designed to address the pain and disability associated with rotator cuff tendinopathy. The intervention has been developed with ...

Exercise for rotator cuff tendinopathy: a systematic review

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 15/06/2012

Background Shoulder pain due to rotator cuff tendinopathy is a common problem. Exercise is one intervention used to address this problem but conclusions from previous reviews have been mixed. ...

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