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Virtual Wards and the Physiotherapist

During a recent meeting regarding setting up new virtual wards within our health board, I listened to feedback from a nurse involved in one of the virtual wards already established. 958 more words

Discharge Planning

Femoroacetabular impingement, from the beginning.

In December 2012 I began noticing some pain in my left hip. Months of physiotherapy, a handful of x-rays and MRI scans later I was diagnosed with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) in both hips. 160 more words


Crazy Things In PT: Outdated Interventions

Welcome to our series on “Crazy Things In PT.” First, a little note from the management:

These articles are intended to show some of the things currently done by physical therapists around the US and around the globe. 1,060 more words

Physical Therapy


Last week I started physiotherapy treatment at a new clinic. I always feel a sense of dread when going to a new doctor or a new clinic, as if they’re going to find out that I’m lazy and useless by how I write my name. 754 more words

This little piggy…

A foot was thrust into my line of vision with an injunction to look. Unable to think of a suitable retort to this unusual command, I complied. 979 more words


[A systematic review] Hands-on physiotherapy interventions and stroke and International Classification of Functionality, Disability and Health outcomes


The effectiveness of “hands-on” physiotherapy for stroke is unclear. The objective here is to analyze the effectiveness of such interventions on movement-related International Classification of Functionality, Disability and Health (ICF) categories. 197 more words

Running Advice From Halo Physio

Running is a sport that will always create a lively debate. Is it any good for you? Do you stretch before, after or never? What injuries can you run through? 920 more words