Clinical practice guidelines: A guide to better practice, not a recipe for uniformity
The epidemiology and causes of cerebral palsy
A randomised trial of weight-bearing versus non-weight-bearing exercise for improving physical ability in inpatients after hip fracture
Secondary and tertiary prevention in the management of low-trauma fracture
The effect of circuit type, volume delivered and "rapid release" on flow rates during manual hyperinflation
Physical activity levels of adolescents with congenital heart disease
The difficult patient in private practice physiotherapy: A qualitative study
Cervical manipulation requires advanced technical skills plus sound clinical reasoning. (Comment on Refshauge K et al, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48: 171-179 and Jull G et al, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48: 180-183.)
Spinal manipulation for chronic low back pain - where to from here? (Comment on Ferreira et al, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48:277-284.)
Chronic low back pain patients who benefit from spinal manipulative therapy are difficult to identify. (Reply to Edmondston S, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 49: 63-64)
Editorial explains why electrophysical agents are still important in physiotherapy education. (Comment on Laakso EL et al, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48: 251-254.)
Selective citation did not advance debate on electrophysical agents. (Comment on Laakso EL et al, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 48: 251-254.)
Continued research into electrophysical agents is the way forward. (Reply to Maher C, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 49: 65-66)
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy no better than placebo in the treatment of plantar fasciitis
Work and non-work-related stress increase the risk of arm symptoms
Stretching before or after exercising has no effect on muscle soreness or risk of injury
Traditional Chinese acupuncture does not improve outcomes from post-stroke motor rehabilitation
The Biomechanics of Back Pain
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