February

RARE INVOLVEMENT

In light of Rare Disease Day which occurs annually at the end of February, Dr Jenny Downs, APAM, draws on her research to discuss a neurodevelopmental disorder that almost exclusively affects girls—Rett syndrome. Jenny discusses the important role physiotherapists can play in supporting this rare patient cohort.

ALSO INSIDE

With the NHMRC recently awarding their latest round of Project Grants and Partnership Grants, the successful lead researchers outline their projects; APA Sports Physiotherapist Tania Althorpe provides a clinical case study on shoulder pain; and InMotion takes a look at a research undertaken by Paediatric group members as part of the APA’s Back to School Campaign.

Read your online version of InMotion here.

Marko Stechiwskyj
Managing Editor
inmotion@physiotherapy.asn.au
























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