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Karen Middleton: going that extra mile
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From sunrise to sunset: working though Ramadan
Working through Ramadan can present a challenge for Muslim physios – and for fasting patients. Robert Millett finds out why.
Physio findings: movement after hip replacements and late-pregnancy leaks
In our regular round-up of reseach finding Janet Wright looks at should movement be restricted after hip replacement and if exercise can prevent la
Motor neurone disease: a patient-centred approach
People with motor neurone disease can benefit enormously from physio input, says Nicola White.
High heels – expression or oppression?
Uniforms are meant to unite, but are they masking individuality, asks physio John Hammond.
Advice line: physios need to fight for appropriate care for older people
Rachael Machin believes physios need to fight for appropriate care for older people.
Editor's comment: fast focus
Whatever your faith, or even if you don’t have a religious belief, I hope you’ll find the article about Ramadan of interest (page 16).
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