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Large clinical trial in women with urinary incontinence found that biofeedback in conjunction with pelvic floor training is not superior to pelvic floor muscle training alone

Urinary incontinence is a significant issue, affecting one in three women worldwide. In a blog for #MyPTArticleOfTheMonth back in October 2019, women’s health physiotherapist and exercise scientist Professor Kari Bø highlighted the results of a …

Read moreLarge clinical trial in women with urinary incontinence found that biofeedback in conjunction with pelvic floor training is not superior to pelvic floor muscle training alone

What makes a great clinical trial? Study exploring physiotherapy trials published in 2014-2019 offers some insights

Some trials are ground-breaking and grab a great deal of attention. Others fail to excite. What makes them different? A recent descriptive study published in Physiotherapy Theory and Practice offers some insights. The study aimed …

Read moreWhat makes a great clinical trial? Study exploring physiotherapy trials published in 2014-2019 offers some insights

Video for large clinical trial that found that screening for fall risk and targeted exercise or multifactorial intervention did not result in fewer fractures than advice by mail alone in community-dwelling older people

Last month we summarised the PreFIT clinical trial by Lamb et al. The trial concluded that screening for fall risk and targeted exercise or multifactorial intervention did not result in fewer fractures than advice by …

Read moreVideo for large clinical trial that found that screening for fall risk and targeted exercise or multifactorial intervention did not result in fewer fractures than advice by mail alone in community-dwelling older people

Large clinical trial found that screening for fall risk and targeted exercise or multifactorial intervention did not result in fewer fractures than advice by mail alone in community-dwelling older people

Community screening and therapeutic prevention strategies may reduce the incidence of falls in older people. The effects of these measures on the incidence of fractures are unknown. The PreFIT trial aimed to estimate the effects …

Read moreLarge clinical trial found that screening for fall risk and targeted exercise or multifactorial intervention did not result in fewer fractures than advice by mail alone in community-dwelling older people

Group-based pelvic floor muscle training is not inferior to individual training for urinary incontinence in older women

In a blog for #MyPTArticleOfTheMonth back in October 2019, Kari Bø highlighted the results of a randomised controlled trial that was presented at the International Continence Society’s annual conference in Gothenburg, Sweden. Chantale Dumoulin led …

Read moreGroup-based pelvic floor muscle training is not inferior to individual training for urinary incontinence in older women

What makes a great clinical trial? Editorial about PEDro’s Top 5 Trials in 2014-2019 provides some insights

Some trials are ground-breaking and grab a great deal of attention. Others fail to excite. What makes them different? A recent editorial published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine featured the PEDro Top 5 …

Read moreWhat makes a great clinical trial? Editorial about PEDro’s Top 5 Trials in 2014-2019 provides some insights

Videos for PEDro Top 5 Trials 2014-2019 now available in Portuguese

To celebrate PEDro’s 20th birthday we identified the five most important randomised controlled trials in physiotherapy published in the years 2014-2019. We invited PEDro users to nominate randomised controlled trials in physiotherapy for consideration. Nominations …

Read moreVideos for PEDro Top 5 Trials 2014-2019 now available in Portuguese

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