Top Tips Tuesday - Issue 44, 28 Sep 2021

Whether it's learning to handstand (see our final top tip below) or improving your clinical practice, we like this idea of small efforts cumulating over time. Here are 5 small things to look at this week.



Recommended listening πŸŽ§

Fibromyalgia, Cervical Screening & Leaky Bladders (feat. Dr Anita Mitra) with some interesting womens's health discussions. Listening time: 38 minutes


Resources you will love 😍

ReLAB-HS Rehabilitation Resources Repository 100s of open access publications relevant to rehabilitation professionals


Research you can learn from πŸ€“

Reflections from the GRASP trial results: Getting it Right Addressing Shoulder Pain with ideas for putting the research into clinical practice. Est. reading time: 3 minutes


Twitter feed that's worth a read πŸ‘€

The South-Asian Eatwell Guide Dietitian adaptation of the commonly used guide, including an infographic on eating healthy. Est. reading time: 1 minute


Recommended watching πŸ‘ 
30 Days - "Practice and Suck Less Challenge" - on how something small, every day, can add up to something big over time. Watching time: 1 minute



Not forgetting the most-read article from last week - Interesting facts about the intervertebral discs (IVD) of the lower back!
What will you learn today?
The Physiopedia Team
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