This is a general physiotherapy discussion forum. It is open to all participants. Please post your questions and advice on items of a general nature in this forum. If it is a more specific question please try one of the topic areas suggested below.
Add posts specific to the needs of managing a physiotherapy service, in either the public or private sector. Post guidelines and frameworks.
This is the Sports Physiotherapy discussion forum. This is the place to post all your questions, suggestions and/or words of advice on topics of a sporting nature.
This is a physiotherapy discussion forum on all aspects of cardiorespiratory physio. It is open to all participants. Please feel free to ask questions or offer advice to fellow PT's from around the world.
Post all your questions and comments about manual therapy and general outpatient physiotherapy in this forum. This is the place to discuss topics such as back pain and cervical headache.
Post all your questions and comments about issues relating to neurology, stroke, head injury etc. in this forum. Ask advice about spasticity or factors in treating the acute neurological patient in ICU.
Post all your questions and comments about issues relating to orthopaedic physiotherapy in this forum. Ask advice about things such as arthritis, joint replacement, splinting & plastering or factors in treating the acute unstable fracture.
Post all your questions and comments about paediatric physiotherapy in this forum. This might include learning difficulties, congenital abnormalities, mobility aids, parent education and other aspects of helping a paediatric population.
This section is a place to house patient surgery videos, explorations, even your outpatient clinic home videos. Post are moderated so please submit them here and we'll make them live as long as they are above board!
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Over the few years we have been busy collating articles of interest for you all to use in your daily physio lives. We would welcome all suggestions and articles of interest you may care to send us to help this useful resource to grow on a global scale. Many thanks, PhysioBob.
Hi valued members. This clinical tools section is a collaborative library of useful clinical information. We all know times change and ideas get updated. We can never be sure we are always presenting the most up-to-date information so we'd love it if you think you have something to contribute. Please submit it here and we'll review it.
If you have any data you would like to present here please let us know. Pilot studies that could assist others in deciding a post graduate direction or honors project are most welcome.
These printable forms provide a quick prompt for practitioners when developing rehabilitation programs for their clients. We hope to provide more of these from a number of reputable organisations.
This section is dedicated to Clinical Guidelines from around the world. Some are old, some are new yet all provide a useful starting point if you are researching what's out there in order to develop your own guideline.
This section contains articles that perhaps haven't been polished to journal quality yet have demonstrated a lot of individual effort and dedication. We hope you enjoy reading these more than anything else.
The section hopes to build into a useful overview of disease profiles. We hope it provides a quick reference point to refreshing the mind on all those things we learnt about as an undergraduate.
What more can we say. Outcome measures is a section to list any information that you provide us about the outcomes you have found. We love to get the data from any of these initiatives and welcome the opportunity to present it here for all to comment on and use as they see fit!
Many Physio Associations develop policy without ever consulting what the rest of the world have done or are currently doing. That in itself wastes a lot of time and money that could be better spent in reviewing and expanding on some else's preliminary work. We hope to build a list of policy from around the world to assist the fast development of policies and procedures in developing organisations and their countries. Please contribute your policies by posting them for consideration in this forum.
This section is dedicated to research methods and tools from around the world. All are useful for comparison and consideration. PhysioBob recommends that you assess all methods and data before accepting anything as gospel!
This section is used to collate common equipment and instructions required by the physiotherapy community. If you require something please request it here and we'll see if we can locate it.
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