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Top results for physiotherapy
141. Critical appraisal and comments on the 'Physiotherapy briefings for physicians. Low back pain study sparks discussions.'
142. Cost-effectiveness of an active implementation strategy for the Dutch physiotherapy guideline for low back pain
143. A cost consequences analysis of local corticosteroid injection and physiotherapy for the treatment of new episodes of unilateral shoulder pain in primary care
144. Costs and effectiveness of pre- and post-operative home physiotherapy for total knee replacement: randomized controlled trial
146. Randomised trial of a brief physiotherapy intervention compared with usual physiotherapy for neck pain patients: outcomes and patients' preference.
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147. A randomised controlled trial of intensive physiotherapy vs a home-based exercise treatment programme in knee osteoarthritis - primary research
148. The effectiveness of physiotherapy and manipulation in patients with tension-type headache: a systematic review
149. Hydrotherapy: review on the effectiveness of its application in physiotherapy and occupational therapy
The purpose of this review is to investigate the effectiveness of hydrotherapy in musculoskeletal rehabilitation as applied by physiotherapists and occupational therapists.Authors' conclusions 1. The application of water to treat disease has been used throughout history