The place of electrophysical agents in Australian and New Zealand entry-level curricula: Is there evidence for their inclusion?
Efficacy of electrical stimulation in preventing or reducing subluxation of the shoulder after stroke: A meta-analysis
Improving maximum walking distance in early peripheral arterial disease: Randomised controlled trial
Does spinal manipulative therapy help people with chronic low back pain?
Occupational health in physiotherapy: General health and reproductive outcomes
Combined physiotherapy and education is efficacious for chronic low back pain
Ventilatory effects of neurophysiological facilitation and passive movement in patients with neurological injury
Minimum standards for cervical manipulation are in the public interest. (Comment on Refshauge et al, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48:171-179)
Promotion of knowledge leads to better patient outcomes. (Comment on Refshauge et al, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48:171-179)
Manual therapy techniques for the cervical spine require special skills. (Comment on Refshauge et al, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48:171-179)
Editorial independence - essential to the integrity of the Journal. (Comment on Van Der Weyden MB, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48:167-168)
A tailored pelvic floor exercise program commenced immediately post-partum promotes continence
Community physiotherapy provides a small transient benefit for stroke patients with long term mobility problems
Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation is effective in reducing cardiac deaths
Ottawa Ankle Rules are more sensitive than Dutch in detecting significant ankle fracture
A multidisciplinary evaluation and management unit reduces mortality in sick, frail older patients
Pain: A Textbook for Therapists
Physiotherapy for Respiratory and Cardiac Problems