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Reduce risks of Cervical Manual Therapy

19-05-2017
Research costs a lot of money. This money is often not available although patients and physiotherapists gain evidence-based effective and...
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Case report

False negative thoracic x-ray

F&W Case Report 2013; 7: 1
Patient, a man of 58 years old, consult a physiotherapist with complaints of cramp and very severe back pain level T6-T10 and radiating...
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Expert opinion

Physical Activity - worth the effort in insulin resistance?


To date, 2.1 billion people are either overweight (BMI >25 kg/m2) or obese (BMI > 30 kg/m2) [1]. Although being overweight or having...
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F&W News brings you news from sources such as PTJ, AJPMR, BMJ, Lancet and articles written by our own researchers.

Reduce risks of Cervical Manual Therapy

19-05-2017
Research costs a lot of money. This money is often not available although patients and physiotherapists gain evidence-based effective and safe manipulative treatment and diagnostics. Therefore, an... Read more

Clinical reasoning and cervical manual therapy

13-03-2017
With the Go4Safe project, we will assess the reliability and diagnostic accuracy of the IFOMPT-framework. The IFOMPT-framework aims to reduce the risk of serious adverse events following cervical... Read more

Reduce risks of manipulations in Manual Therapy

10-03-2017
For disorders of the cervical spine, high level clinical reasoning is crucial as poor diagnosis and management can result in a serious adverse event. To reduce the risk of such events following... Read more

Publish your Article, Case Report or Expert Opinion

06-02-2017
The international association for Physical Therapy & Science accepts articles, case reports and expert opinions in English (physicalherapyscience.com) and Dutch... Read more