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In their pursuit of evidence-based practice, rehabilitation sciences, physical therapy included, seem to be reluctant to use a basic sciences approach. This is quite understandable, but at the same time illogical, as by excluding such an approach progress within the discipline might be hindered....
Deep pain has the potential to affect daily movements. The effect of muscle pain per se on co-ordination during movement is not fully understood. Experimental muscle pain induced in healthy subjects might help to elucidate the basic interaction between muscle pain, muscle activity, and muscle...
The quality and effectiveness of physiotherapy is influenced by the nature of the relationship between health professional and patients. This can be seriously disrupted if patients are perceived as ?problem? patients by physiotherapists. Ten senior physiotherapists joined two focus groups and...
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