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physiotherapist

Musculoskeletal triage—a physiotherapist’s perspective

Bobath [née Busse], Berta Ottilie (1907-1991), physiotherapist

Physiotherapists may not practice what is implied from treatment ‘labels’

Effects of a physiotherapist-led stroke training programme for nurses.

Patient preferences for technical skills versus interpersonal skills in chiropractors and physiotherapists treating low back pain

E85. Developing a Clinical Research Community for Physiotherapists: The Ankylosing Spondylitis Interest Group North West

171. UK-Based Physiotherapists’ Current Management of Pregnancy-Related Back Pain: A National Survey

PATRICK, Margaret Kathleen (1923 - 2003), District/Superintendent Physiotherapist, Central Birmingham Health Authority (Teaching) (formerly United Birmingham Hospitals Hospital Management Committee), 1951–88, retired

ROBERTSON, Fiona Mary Cecile (born 1954), physiotherapist, since 1977; Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Fife, since 2015

JENKINS, John Owen (1922 - 2008), Chartered Physiotherapist; Senior Lecturer, St Mary’s Hospital School of Physiotherapy, W2, 1975–88 (Lecturer, 1959)

Will shared decision making between patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain and physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors improve patient care?

159. How Do UK and Australian Physiotherapists Manage Patients with Hip Osteoarthritis? Results of an International Cross-Sectional Questionnaire

200. How Often Should I See the Physiotherapist? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Investigating the Relationship Between Number of Physiotherapy Contacts and Efficacy When Treating Osteoarthritis of the Knee

 

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A practitioner of physiotherapy. In addition to using physical therapies to treat sports injuries, sports physiotherapists also help prevent injury by giving athletes of every standard advice on training, body conditioning, and protective exercises. They also provide prophylactic treatment to help minimize the occurrence of an injury, or prevent the recurrence of an old injury.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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