EB Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre - Evidence Based Practice Your Practice Online
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Sports Physiotherapy
Sports Physiotherapy
Back to Work Programs
Post Op Recovery
Exercise & Strengthening
Spine Care Rehab
Western Acupuncture & Dry Needling
Hard Core Soccer Program
Back to Work Programs
The work/industrial rehabilitation program helps in assessing the work capability of individuals, restore normal functional activities, and help to return to work...
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Efrem Bunguric
APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist

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Bounce Back Classes
Bounce Back - Spinal Rehab
Can Physio Help?
Dysfunctional muscular control of the core leads to spinal segmental instability and pelvic instability.
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Evidence Based Parctice

At your eb physiotherapy consultation you will be guided through a comprehensive injury history and evidence based physical examination in an attempt to provide an accurate provisional diagnosis as well as provide the most effective evidence based treatment option for your injury. Evidence based physiotherapy is physiotherapy informed by relevant, high quality clinical research. This implies that when we refer to evidence we mean high quality clinical research, patients' preferences and physiotherapist extensive practical knowledge. This is important for patients because it implies that within the limitations of current knowledge they will be offered the safest and most effective interventions. The expectation is that this will provide the best possible results of treatment or clinical outcomes.

Herbert et al 2005: Practical Evidence Based Physiotherapy

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