This infographic has been created for the TREK project to try and help physiotherapists prescribe exercise in the best possible way to gain power.
3 key things all physios should do
In this video you can see, in an entertaining way, three important things that physiotherapists tend to forget. These are the things that we all should have in mind and never forget: Promote an ACTIVE LIFE.. Remember… MANNERS OVER TREATMENT. Promote SELF-MANAGEMENT.
Characteristics of optimal loading and suboptimal loading
In this infographic we detail the characteristics that you must take into account when trying to apply optimal loading principles in your practice. It is also important to consider what suboptimal loading is.
10 truths about tendinopathy
This video shows you the 10 most important things you should know about tendinopathies. The information has been kindly provided by Dr Peter Malliaras, a tendinopathy expert. References – Abate M, Gravare-Silbernagel K, Siljeholm C, et al.: Pathogenesis of tendinopathies: inflammation or degeneration? Arthritis Research and Therapy. 2009, 11:235. – Cook J, Purdam C: Is compressive load … Leer más
10 reasons to trust physiotherapists
In this infographic I summarize 10 of the most important reasons why you should trust physiotherapists:
5 steps to content curation in Physiotherapy
This infographic is a summary of the five main steps you need to follow to content curation in Physiotherapy:
10 truths you must know about tendinopathy
This infographic shows you the 10 most important things you must know about tendinopathies. The information has been kindly provided by Dr Peter Malliaras.
We have been using RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation) and PRICE (protection, rest, ice, compression, elevation) for acute injury management for many years and, sadly, still some using them nowadays. It is time for a change and start using POLICE (protection, optimal loading, ice, compression, elevation) seems to be the most sensible decision.
Rest is part of the past and OPTIMAL LOADING is here to stay.