Planter Fascia poster
Managing Activity & Exercise with an Eating Disorder CHILDRENS booklet
Managing Activity & Exercise with an Eating Disorder booklet
Eating Disorder Word Image
The prevalence and moderators of clinical pain in people with schizophrenia: A systematic review and large scale meta-analysis
Pain has a deleterious impact upon an individual's health and quality of life. Chronic painful conditions, such as low back pain (LBP) are a leading cause of global burden accounting for a substantial amount of years lived with disability (Murray et al., 2013). A considerable amount of research
Physiotherapy for functional motor disorders (FMD)
Many regard physiotherapy for functional motor disorders (FMD) as a useful part of treatment and there is increasing evidence for its use. FMDs are among the most common reasons for people to seek neurological advice.
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Physiotherapists can help implement physical activity - schizophrenia
Since this an area which is constantly evolving, this paper wanted to highlight some new evidence that is available that may assist clinicians and researchers to develop evidence-based physical activity interventions.
Understanding the role of physiotherapists in schizophrenia.
This is a new publication regarding - Patients with schizophrenia who have a drastically increased morbidity and mortality.
In non-mental health settings, physiotherapists play an integral role in the management
of many of the comorbidities seen in schizophrenia (e.g. cardiovascular disease
An Audit of Mental Health in the Undergraduate Physiotherapy Degree in The United Kingdom
The aim of this work is to gather information about the current level of training, to analyse any possible gaps and to offer education opportunities in these areas. The fundamental objective is to improve the quality of care of individuals with mental health problems when they receive care outside
Presentation Documents from National Study Day - 14.03.14
Attached are 4 of the 5 presentations from the National Study Day 'Introduction to Mental Health', held at Physiotherapy Department, West London Mental Health Trust on Friday 14 March 2014.
The presentation by Ross Farmer is too large to attach - ff you are a member of CPMH and you would like a