Why focus on research?
Researching and continually developing is a key part of a physiotherapist’s role in treating their patients as best they can. Learning more about our bodies and how we react to different stresses and loads allows us to refine the advice and programmes we prescribe – ultimately ending in a better treatment and healthier recovery for the injured party.
What can I do?
To combat this, we recommend keeping up to date with the most recent research and practices of physiotherapists. This can be done by engaging with your local chartered physiotherapist when in-clinic, or doing your own reading in the areas that may be of most interest to you!
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