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Device allows patients to work remotely with physiotherapist from comfort of home


CBC.ca - Mar 13, 2017
Progress reports are sent through the cloud to a remote physiotherapist, who can alter the exercises by sending instructions back to the tablet for the patient to see. "It's not magic, it's simple," said Bento, explaining how his system could mark a ...
 

Get yourself a permanent physiotherapist at home


Times of India (blog) - Mar 13, 2017
It is the smallest gym equipment which can be used for most functional exercises as well as, can double as a physiotherapist. When I had a problem in my shoulder and was undergoing therapy, it wasn't possible for me to get physio massages every day.
 

Advantages of a practice physiotherapist


Practice Business - Mar 16, 2017
Removing the need for a referral is also good for GPs – our modelling shows that bringing in a physiotherapist to see musculoskeletal disorders (MSK) frees GPs up to spend an extra five minutes with their patients. The benefits extend beyond the ...
 

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Physiotherapist books

Hypermobility Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management for Physiotherapists, 1e


by: Rosemary J. Keer MSc MCSP MACP, Rodney Grahame CBE MD FRCP FACP
Hypermobility syndrome (HMS) is an inherited connective tissue disorder affecting collagen that is characterized by a collection of features and symptoms. HMS is often encountered in patients, but it is easily overlooked. This practical resource educates readers to its presentation, what to look for, and how best to treat it. Following a brief description of the historical and genetic background of the condition, HMS is described in relation to other connective tissue disorders, such as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and the Marfan syndrome.
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The Physiotherapist's Pocketbook: Essential Facts at Your Fingertips, 2e


by: Karen Kenyon BSc(Hons) BA(Hons) MCSP, Jonathan Kenyon BSc(Hons) MSc MCSP MMACP
The Physiotherapist’s Pocket Book is an exceptionally comprehensive, handy reference that is ideal for clinicians in their daily practice and students on core clinical placements – musculoskeletal, neurology, respiratory. The second edition of this extremely popular book has been updated and expanded to make it even more invaluable during clinical practice. It is designed to be a useful aide memoir during assessment and treatment planning with instant access to key facts and figures.
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    ABC of COPD


    by: Graeme P. Currie

    The third edition of the ABC of COPD provides the entire multidisciplinary team across both primary and secondary care with an up-to-date, easy to read and accessible account of this common lung disorder. Thoroughly updated by experienced clinicians dealing with patients with COPD on a regular basis, it discusses the entire breadth of the condition from epidemiology, causes, diagnosis, treatment and end of life care.   

    This practical and highly visual guide contains new and extensively updated chapters on diagnosis, smoking cessation and interventional approaches as well as expanded content on non-pharmacological and pharmacological management taking into account the most recent national and international guidelines.
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    Cardiorespiratory Assessment of the Adult Patient: A clinician's guide, 1e


    This new innovative resource aims to give physiotherapy students and those new to respiratory care a simple, easy-to-use guide to the process and procedures used in the assessment of adult respiratory patients.

    Cardiorespiratory Assessment of the Adult Patient begins by identifying the scope of respiratory physiotherapy and listing some key aims of assessment with an overview of different approaches. It then goes on to provide a selection of ‘assessment checklists’ for the main clinical settings which the physiotherapist is likely to encounter.
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    A Day in the Life of a Physiotherapist


    Cassandra Kalil, a physiotherapist at the Normal Medical Specialist Centre in Kuching, always wanted to help others. Here, Cassandra shares her passion for ...
     

    Hindi_ Career in Physiotherapy: Insider Tips by AIIMS’s Physiotherapist Prabhat Ranjan


    Career Option after 10 2: Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) and Master of Physiotherapy (MPT)
     

    Career Advice on becoming a Physiotherapist by Deepa B (Full Version)


    Visit http://icould.com/videos/deepa-b/ for more careers info. During her childhood in India, Physiotherapist Deepa B was inspired by visits to orphanages and ...
     

    How to Become a Sports Physiotherapist


    Neal Reynolds, Premier League Physiotherapist, tells us how to get into sports physiotherapy. For more information visit: ...
     

    Physiotherapist Upper Back Stretches Relieve Pain & Stiffness - Part 1


    2 Effective upper back stretches for immediate relief from Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway from https://www.pelvicexercises.com.au.