Top Tips Tuesday - Issue 48, 26 Oct 2021

Something we all know only too well as therapists, although perhaps it is harder to remember to prioritise wellness when it comes to our own health. This week we have a few ways to support wellness for your patients, not forgetting the most-read article from last week to support wellness for your own health - How to build a great life (17 things I’ve learned). We hope you find some useful tips todayπŸ‘‡



Guideline your patients will love πŸ˜

Perioperative Care of People Living with Frailty From emergency admission through to transfer to the community, with frailty pathway infographic. Est. reading time: 40 minutes


Recommended podcast πŸŽ§

The brain's role in pain Patient case study-based podcast from Dr Tasha Stanton. Listening time: 13 minutes


Research you can learn from πŸ€“

Inspiratory Muscle Training Improves Outcomes After Cardiac Surgery find out if and how you should consider IMT . Est. reading time: 3 minutes


Resources you can use πŸ“š

Resisted Exercise Initiative (RExI) with downloadable comprehensive PDF toolkit for using resistance exerices in most patient populations


In the news, tips you can use πŸ‘ 
Standing on one leg is a sign of good health – and practising is good for you too This will get you standing on one leg whilst you clean your teeth this evening. Est. reading time: 6 minutes


What will you learn today?
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