The Best Of Physiospot. A Look Back at 2018.

I’d like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has written for Physiospot this year. Without our contributors we wouldn’t have such diverse and wonderful content. THANK YOU!

As one year comes to an end and a new one springs to life, this is a natural time to pause and think. It offers us all a chance to look back on the past 12 months and think about the journey’s we’ve taken and where we want to go next year.

The past year on Physiospot has been a cracker. We’ve published some top quality content across our usual topics of news from the profession,  news from Physiopeida, the latest research, opinion pieces about specialist topics and updates from our partners. We’ve had over half a million page views in 2018 and I’d like to share with you the most popular pages alongside those which have stand out quality.

Voices Posts – Our Opinion Column

We are lucky to have expert physiotherapists writing for Physiospot and posts are always a joy to read. I always come away having learned something new after sitting down with a coffee and a notepad and tucking into the awesome content we have. Please take the time to have a look!

Treating Insertional Achilles Pain: Why We’ve Been Doing It All Wrong

So, you want to be a Physiotherapist….?

Solving the SI Joint Mystery

News – from Physiopedia & Our Profession

It’s been a busy year for our news section with lots of posts about new guidelines, resources and developments from around the world For me the stand out content we’ve published in this section in 2018 is the #justkeepmoving campaign. If you haven’t heard of it yet then scroll and and click the tile!

New RACGP Guideline for Management of Hip & Knee OA

Want to Know More About Advanced Clinical Practice? An Online Workshop.

Physiopedia Trustees Annual Report

#justkeepmoving

Research

2018 saw a big change to the way we present research for our readers. We moved towards a more interpretive approach and it seems to have gone down well with our readers. Instead of signposting you to the research we now read, digest and disseminate the findings in a way which means readers should find it easier to translate research to practice,

Reducing falls in older adults recently discharged from hospital: systematic review

2018 EULAR Recommendations for Physical Activity in People with Inflammatory Arthritis and Osteoarthritis

Informed appropriate imaging for low back pain management: A narrative review

Here’s to a brilliant 2018!

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