Top Tips Tuesday - Issue 15, 9 March 2021

"A challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change." In celebration of International Women's Day yesterday, this issue will feature just a few of the many fabulous female Physiotherapists that inspire us - we hope you find something new to challenge yourself today.

Recommended listening👂

The Glottis and Pelvic Floor Dr Aliza Rudavsky, discusses the influence of vocal chords on the pelvic floor in this issue of Lori Forner's The Pelvic Health Podcast. Listening time: 58 minutes


Twitter feed you should follow👀

Dr Melrose Stewart MBE for all things health promotion, equity and physiotherapy - and check out her website too


Resources your patients will love you for😍

Physios for ME - What do I need to know, Why do I need to know, Where can I find out more? Loads of free resources to improve your knowledge of ME from this all-female team 


YouTube clip to improve your knowledge👍

Best kegel exercises for men to speed up recovery from incontinence after prostatectomy Quick informative clip from Dr Jo Milios. Listening time: 1.5 minutes


Research you can use in clinical practice📰

Delivering remote consultations: Talking the talk Very practical masterclass from Professor Lisa Roberts and Lisa Osborn-Jenkins. Est reading time: 26 minutes

Not forgetting our most-read article from last week ICYMI - Sacroiliac joint related pain from Dr Alison Grimaldi.
Top Tips Tuesday aims to bring you stories that are universally relevant - if you have ideas to help us to broaden our scope then we'd love to hear them, please contact us.

From challenge comes change, so let's all choose to challenge!
The Physiopedia Team
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