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Professional responsibility in relation to cervical spine manipulation
Physiotherapy, a responsible profession to use cervical manipulation. Response to Refshauge et al
Professional responsibility means responding professionally Response to comment by Jull et al
Use of high and low velocity cervical manipulative therapy procedures by Australian manipulative physiotherapists
The effect of scapula taping on electromyographic activity and musical performance in professional violinists
The effect of huffing and directed coughing on energy expenditure in young asymptomatic subjects
A comparison of community-based resistance exercise and flexibility exercise for seniors
WorkCover's physiotherapy forms: Purpose beyond paperwork?
The interpretation of diagnostic tests: A primer for physiotherapists
Bed exercises result in decreased pain with functional activities following hip arthroplasty. (Comment on Jesudason C and Stiller K, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48: 73-81.)
Opinions need to be supported or refuted by clinical research. (Reply to McEllister C, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48: 234)
Prone positioning does not improve survival of patients with acute respiratory failure
Aerobic exercise reduces blood pressure in both hypertensive and normotensive persons
For patients with tennis elbow, physiotherapy is superior to corticosteroid injections in the long term
Manual therapy produces greater relief of neck pain than physiotherapy or general practitioner care
Manual therapy produces greater relief of neck pain than physiotherapy or general practitioner care
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