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A randomised controlled trial on the effectiveness of a lateral glide cervical spine mobilisation on cervicobrachial (neck and arm) pain
Cervicobrachial (neck and arm) pain is a painful condition which, when chronic, leads to high levels of disability. Small-scale, short-term (<2 months follow-up) studies have identified that lateral glide mobilisation ...
Current physiotherapy practice in the management of tennis elbow: A service evaluation.
Tennis elbow is a common painful condition that may affect daily function and ability to work. Physiotherapy is the most commonly used primary intervention but there is a wide range of treatment options within the umbrella ...
Current physiotherapy practice in the management of tennis elbow: A service evaluation
BACKGROUND: Tennis elbow is a common painful condition that may affect daily function and ability to work. Physiotherapy is the most commonly used primary intervention but there is a wide range of treatment options within ...
Effectiveness of Musculoskeletal Emergency Physiotherapy Practitioners.
Relevance and Method: The purpose of this project was to evaluate the effectiveness of the Emergency Physiotherapy Practitioner (EPP) service against quality care indicators identified as part of the “gold standard” for ...
Randomised Controlled Trial for the Efficacy of Cervical Lateral Glide Mobilisation in the Management of Cervicobrachial Pain.
Objectives: To investigate the long-term efficacy of lateral glide mobilisation for patients with chronic Cervicobrachial Pain (CP). Methods: A randomised controlled trial which involved ninetynine participants with ...
Physiotherapist-led suprascapular nerve blocks for persistent shoulder pain: Evaluation of a new service in the UK.
INTRODUCTION: This service evaluation explored and reported findings from a new physiotherapist-led service offering suprascapular nerve blocks (SSNBs) to patients with persistent shoulder pain. METHODS: We collected ...