Post-polio physiotherapy

In the years following initial infection, an increasing number of polio survivors have developed a range of debilitating biomechanical and neurological symptoms. In sharing their experiences, APA members Melissa McConaghy, Ann Buchan, and Gnanaletchumy Jegasothy (retired) highlight how physiotherapy can help, not only in the management of symptoms but in the education of others.


Insights focusing on palliative care and patient preference to stay at home; plus the head physiotherapist for the Australian Olympic team on preparing for Rio.

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Marko Stechiwskyj
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