Physio findings: virtual reality exercise, TENS benefits for pain relief
In our regular round-up of reseach related articles Janet Wright looks at virtual reality for exercise and TENS benifits for dealing with pain.
Physio findings: circuit training for stroke patients & short courses to speed pain relief
Research that’s relevant to physios: Janet Wright reports on the latest clinical news
PHYSIOTHERAPY Editor Michele Harms presents A SUMMARY OF the latest issue of the CSP’s academic journal and Janet Wright rounds up other research H
When headache is a pain in the neck
Physiotherapy is increasingly recognised as a treatment for headaches. Louise Hunt explores this emerging field
Huge leap forward or passing fad? Jennifer Trueland looks at the different takes on a popular theory
Spotlight on Research: cognitive factors in pain management
In the third in our series we look at the importance of targeting cognitive factors in the treatment of pain. Reports by Colleen Shannon
Local anaesthetic cuts hospital stays
A new approach to post-operative pain relief is reducing length of stay at the South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre.
Public still looks to drugs for chronic back pain
Too many people are relying on painkillers to treat back pain, the CSP has warned.
Audit into breast cancer care
Physiotherapists are helping a specialist team of clinicians to assess the provision of care to women with breast cancer who undergo mastectomy and