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A future model of physiotherapy is likely to be heavily supported by digital technology. Dr Mark Merolli, APAM, discusses where such innovations might sit in the clinical context.
Taking cues from the use of mirror therapy to treat phantom limb pain, Daniel Harvie, APAM, is spearheading innovation towards addressing spinal injury through virtual reality (VR). David Hull reports.
Following on from its purchase of Australia’s first REX exoskeleton, a Hunter-based neuro-rehabilitation facility is working with the University of Newcastle to trial the bionic lower limb technology for local stroke patients. David Hull reports.
Tales from the Top End: Kelli Hooks reports on the plenary and concurrent sessions held within the APA’s Business and Leadership Conference which took place in Darwin.
20 October is World Osteoporosis Day. Peter Ebeling highlights evidence-treatment gaps in the healthcare system and explains the importance of physiotherapists identifying poor bone health.
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