The Loop: Closing the physiotherapy information gap
Theoretical considerations in balance assessment
Loads in the lumbar spine during traction therapy
Effects of backpacks on students: Measurement of cervical and shoulder posture
The use of a pressure manometer enhances student physiotherapists' performance during manual hyperinflation
The Percentage Improvement in Pain Scale as a measure of physiotherapy treatment effects
Metabolic cost of walking with and without a shoe-lift on the contralateral foot of an immobilised extended knee
On maintenance physiotherapy
Author's response
Co-ordinating health care for workers with compensable back pain improves long term functional status
Group cognitive behavioural intervention lowers the risk of developing long term spinal disability
Bandaging and subsequent elastic hosiery is more effective than elastic hosiery alone in reducing lymphoedema
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