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What does best practice care for musculoskeletal pain look like?
As clinicians who are constantly bombarded by updated techniques, findings or challenges posed in the clinic by stakeholders, what should or could we do? Here are eleven consistent recommendations from high-quality clinical practice guidelines.
ACL reconstruction is not for all — A need for improved patient selection
Many people who have torn their ACL end up undergoing surgery. However, is surgery necessary for everyone?
Safe return to play after Covid-19 infection
After a Covid-19 infection, it is important for patients to monitor their symptoms closely and return to exercise and sport carefully. This article provides information about the criteria for safe and gradual return to physical activity after a Covid-19 infection.
Low Back Pain: Updated Clinical Practice Guideline 2021
Stay up to date with the latest Clinical Practice Guideline (2021) for the management of low back pain!
Managing athletic hip and groin pain: What are the recommendations?
Many athletes struggle with hip and groin pain, yet current research and evidence is unable to determine a specific treatment protocol that can be implemented for different areas of groin pain.
Extension restrictions after ACL/R? Ever considered a Cyclops Lesion?
Facing challenges after an ACL reconstruction? Unable to get full knee extension range? Could it be a Cyclops lesion? Here is a short summary of a review article. Have a read to find out more!
Bankart repairs: How to help athletes return to sport
An overview of the rehabilitation milestones after a Bankart repair and how to help athletes progressively return to their desired sport.
Persistent knee pain and stiffness after injury or surgery
What is cyclops lesion? Is there anything Physiotherapy can do? Read on to find out!
Knee pain in the growing child: Osgood-Schlatter disease
Knee pain in healthy and active adolescents? Could it be Osgood-Schlatter disease? Read till the end for other differential diagnoses that should not be missed!
Manual Therapy: Always a Passive Treatment?
Is manual therapy always a passive treatment? Here is a brief summary of an article to help you get a better understanding about manual therapy and its uses in clinical practice.