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CONTENTS APRIL 2015 ISSUE 64


Publisher/editor TOR DAVIES tor@sportex.net Art editor DEBBIE ASHER debbie@sportex.net Sub-editor ALISON SLEIGH


Journal watch BOB BRAMAH


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Welcome


APR 2015


With the publication of this issue comes the launch of our brand new


website which we hope you will love! It’s been built from scratch to suit exactly the needs of you, our readers. The goal is that it will be come a fully flexible learning community developed on a foundation of great quality ‘translational’, practical, hands-on content.


We can now work with University courses, education providers, corporate businesses, event organisers and professional associations around the world to publish custom branded websites and mobile apps using the content hosted on our platform. And the content doesn’t have to originate from sportEX either if you have some of your own, or if you want to supplement your own with some of ours. Over the comming months we will be working with one of each of the above groups as case studies to demonstrate exactly what this means in practical terms. Basically we can build a content portal for your members, a resource portal for your students, some education resources for users of your products or an online community for anyone running events. If you’re interested in any of these opportunities get in contact. In the meantime, enjoy the new site :)


Tor Davies, physio-turned publisher and sportEX founder tor@sportex.net


4 Journal watch


The latest key research from this quarter


8 Research reviews impingement


Management of post-surgery lumbar pain and is exercise or advice better for WAD?


10 Femeroacetabular 19 Diagnosing Achilles


tendinopathy ‘A how to’ guide


Assessment and management


CONTENTS 25 Gait retraining for OA of the knee


Walking ‘properly’ reduces pain


28 Tendinopathy loading programmes 33 The new sportEX website


Are your tendinopathy management protocols up-to-date?


An overview of the launch of the new sportEX website and our goals and aspirations


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manual best practice


promoting in


HIGHLIGHTS


n IS MASSAGE AN INDUSTRY IN CRISIS?


n DIFFICULTIES WITH MANUAL THERAPY RESEARCH


therapy


EVIDENCE BASE UPDATE n YOGA IN REHABILITATION


n KINESIO TAPE


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