"Our world is stronger when everyone participates". Enabling participation is a huge part of rehabilitation and of our community - whether that's in encouraging the whole world of rehabilitation specialists to contribute to our Physiopedia mission, or in supporting all learners to access great education through Top Tips Tuesday. Read on for plenty of ideas for helping others to participate in the top tips below, and don't miss the last one for an opportunity for you to participate by joining our online learning community too.
Recommended blogpost 📖
Managing impulsivity and disinhibition after brain injury with practical tips to help manage this common effect of brain injury. Est. reading time: 5 minutes
Infographic (and research) you can learn from 🤓
Tendinopathy Primer is an evidence-based article and associated infographic on all things tendinopathy. Est. reading time: 50 minutes
Research to make you think🤔
Manual Therapy is a Non-Specific Treatment Technique (The Candidate Site is a Subjective Concept) - an article summary to help you work out the clinical significance of the research. Est. reading time: 5 minutes
Guidelines you can use 👍
The First Global Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Guidelines for People Living With Disability will help to guide your clinical practice facilitating physical activity for those with a disability. Est. reading time: 20 minutes
Twitter feed that's worth a read 👀
Pacing is NOT JUST TAKING BREAKS is a thread with ideas for supporting people with pacing activites - lots of practical tips in here. Est. reading time: 1 minute
The Latest from Physiopedia 🆕
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And don't miss the most read top tip from last week: Shoulder rehabilitation guide
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