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How can we measure physiotherapy outcomes?
« on: 01/03/2011 17:55:10 »
When muscles are injured or weakened, patients are usually referred to a physiotherapist for help, regaining their strength or improving their range of movement.  But it can be difficult for the physio to accurately gauge the work load the patient can safely tolerate and the level of improvement that they've made.  So now, physiotherapist Don Gatherer, who’s previously worked with the England Rugby Team and the British Olympic Squad, has come up with an elegantly simple solution...
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