October

Technologically speaking

For this theme on technology and innovation in healthcare and physiotherapy specifically, Mark Merolli touches on a future model of care based on the application of technology and data; we talk with Daniel Harvie about his research involving the use of virtual reality technology in neck pain; and we feature a collaborative approach to robot-assisted physiotherapy for patients with a stroke or acquired brain injury.

ALSO INSIDE

Why poor bone health requires closer attention and the role of physiotherapists in narrowing the evidence–treatment gap in osteoporosis; and a series of highlights from the successful APA Business and Leadership Conference held in Darwin in late August.

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Marko Stechiwskyj
Managing Editor
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