AAP Education: Recommended On line Resources
A question that I am often asked about relates to what information do I follow online. Well to be truthful that varies a heap, depending upon what area of interest you are asking about. So I have cut out farming, my PhD, online education and scuba diving but the list seems still pretty long. Perhaps consider it a shopping list and look to pick and choose those bits that interest you at this point in time.
Creating Clinical Success
An eclectic blog by yours truly with information pertaining to dry needling, rural physio practice, MSK, sports, business, marketing and sleep related clinical information.
The Sports Physio
Adam Meakins is an extended scope practitioner and specialist sports physiotherapist with an interest in the management of the shoulder and upper limb. A guy with a passion and opinion for his profession. Refreshing and informative to read.
Whether you're a plodder or a speed merchant, an ultra marathon veteran or a running newbie this site aims to offer expert advice in preventing and managing running injuries.
Feel the Water
Blog post by Paul Newsome (winner Rhode Island swim and English Channel swimmer) about technique and training for swimmers. Happy to challenge concrete concepts based upon research and personal experience. Useful arrange of training tools and information available on his Swim Smooth website.
The Barbell Physio
A combination of strength training information across genres of crossfit, weight lifting, physical therapy and rehabilitation
Trust me I am a Physiotherapist
On this page you find the best possible summary of the current evidence based practice in an entertaining way. Immediately applicable in clinical practice.
Provision of a range of training for health practitioners including clinical skills and essential non-clinical skills for new and recent graduates. Primarily focused in Western Australia, some courses are provided interstate and others completely online.
Independent Health Educators
Welcome to the Independent Health Educators. This page was developed for the benefit of physiotherapists, seeking professional development training - be it a course, workshop, seminar or a complete program. We aim to have it all right here.
There are just so many journal sites that I am not really going to get started on them. My interests range across sleep medicine (my PhD topic), MSK, Sports and Spinal (bread and butter work), foot biomechanics (my fetish) and ..... (general interest).
What I would suggest if you have a journal of interest, look for a subscribe to their RSS feeds (get updated information in your browser bar) or subscribe to their electronic table of contents updates (usually emailed to you at regular intervals). These are quick ways to keep updated with recent publications but just looking at their titles.
Meta Journal Site
MDLinx is an internet-based service that offers physicians and other healthcare professionals a quick means of staying current with academic literature.
When you first register you can select from a range of specialty areas and opt to receive a range of information. I currently receive a weekly digest of journals in the areas of spine and sports medicine (there are about 30 other topic options) contining the heading and journal title of what are the most recent or popular articles in these fields. Easy to scan and when you click, you are linked to a short abstract (often pathetic, but a starting point if you are interested in the topic).
Journal of musculoskeletal physiotherapy science and practice, is a peer-reviewed international journal, publishing high quality original research, review and Masterclass articles that contribute to improving the clinical understanding of appropriate care processes for musculoskeletal disorders.
British Journal of Sports Medicine
BJSM is a multimedia portal for authoritative original research, systematic reviews, consensus statements and timely debate in sport and exercise medicine (SEM) as well as clinical education and implementation success stories.
Electronic contents list http://bjsm.bmj.com/cgi/alerts/etoc
Acupuncture in Medicine
A bi-monthly scientific and clinical journal aimed at Western-trained physicians and other health professionals, and uses the prevailing understanding of neurophysiology and anatomy to interpret the effects of acupuncture. The Journal largely restricts its published articles to this Western approach. Clinical reports of the effects of traditional acupuncture will be considered, and theoretical aspects that are evidence-based.
Electronic contents list http://aim.bmj.com/cgi/alerts/etoc
Ben Greenfield Fitness
Vast range of podcasts around the topics of nutrition, exercise, extreme fitness, training, natural living, supplements +++. Plenty of in-depth information to sink your teeth into from a guy that walks the talk
British Journal of Sports Medicine
Seal Fit is the company founded and run by Retired Navy SEAL Commander Mark Divine and focuses on aspects developing your Mental, Physical, Emotional, Intuitive, and Kokoro (Heart) self. Radical, extreme and very informative.
The Mark Devine Blog http://sealfit.com/category/sealfit-blog/
The Unbeatable Mind podcast http://sealfit.com/sealfit-podcast/
ABC Radio National
Lynne Malcolm All in the Mind http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/allin...
Dr Rachael Kohn The Spirit of Things http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/spiri...
Robin Williams The Science Show http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/scien...
Dr Normal Swan The Health Report http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/healt...
Practitioner & Client Information Resources
painHealth offers consumer information, tips and self management tools to assist in the management of musculoskeletal pain.
Down to Earth: A practical guide to safe and effective landing in Netball
A great resource when treating young basketball or netball participants. A designed six-week course combination coaching drills and follow-up home exercises to teach correct landing techniques with the aim of reducing specifically knee injuries. Exercises adaptable for other landing sports. Publication from University of Ballarat.
The KNEE Program
On court warm up and injury prevention program launched by Netball Australia at end of 2015 with stated focus on ACL injury prevention from poor landing technique. Can be used as a compliment the Down to Earth program.
Comprehensive warm-up, training and exercise specific program for soccer/round ball football. Provided in multitude of languages. Related resources include videos, posters and manuals. Apart from throwing the ball, exercises are relevant and adaptable for AFL.
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