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Applications of Mechanically Assisted Negative Pressure Therapy – Webinar
15th May 2019

“Considerations and clinical applications of mechanically assisted negative pressure therapy for orthopaedic and oncological populations.” Presented by Ken Johnson, PT, and…

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Focused Shockwave and Musculoskeletal Conditions
3rd May 2019

Many clinicians are faced with the challenge of having conditions which are hard to treat with conventional methods. Bryan Kelly, from…

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Are you REALLY using Shockwave Therapy?
29th March 2019

In healthcare, Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) has grown more and more in popularity over the last 2 decades for the treatment…

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Musgrave Park Case Study
8th March 2019

The biggest clinical challenges we face are clients with muscle imbalance and lack of full range of movement or power in…

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How the Pulvertaft Hand Centre use the BTE PrimusRS
12th February 2019

With Katie Horton (Senior Physio Therapist) and Ian Shelton (Senior Occupational Therapist) What patients do you see? At the Pulvertaft Hand…

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Living with Osteoarthritis and unsure what to do?
11th February 2019

Living with Osteoarthritis and unsure what to do? Often people who have been given this diagnosis are left feeling unsure what…

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Our top tips to avoid running injuries!
18th January 2019

Our top tips to avoid running injuries! By Katherine Heyes, Clinic Manager.   As a clinician working in a sports injury…

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Innovations in Neurological Rehabilitation
9th January 2019

By Andy Thomas, Director of Physiquipe I recently read the article on Michael Johnson’s recovery post stroke last year. We work…

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How does IASTM treatment differ from Manual Therapy?
7th January 2019

So first of all, what is it? Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) is an increasingly popular treatment used by therapists…

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(Almost) Everything You Need to Know About Shockwave Therapy and Tennis Elbow
5th December 2018

What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow, technically known as lateral epicondylitis, is one of the most common injuries of the arm…

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