Muscle, bone and joint problems

Musculoskeletal system disorders

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18 Oct 2016 Use these tools to discuss acute ankle and knee injuries with your patients.
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18 Oct 2016 Download this patient action plan and use it to discuss acute ankle and knee injuries with your patients.
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18 Oct 2016 In this case study you will meet two patients – Brian, a 48-year old self-employed painter who has injured his knee when stepping down from a ladder, and Liz, a 28-year old accountant who has injured her ankle at netball.
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18 Oct 2016 Find reliable independent health and treatment information about imaging for acute ankle and knee injuries written by Australian experts. This includes resources for consumers and health professionals.
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18 Oct 2016 View how to perform physical examination tests and the Ottawa Rules for the diagnosis of the following common acute ankle and knee injuries:
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18 Oct 2016 Knee injuries are common, especially tears to the meniscus and ACL. Find out more about knee injuries and what you can do to help yourself recover.
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18 Oct 2016 Ankle injuries are very common, causing around 230,000 visits a year to Australian doctors. Find out more about diagnosis, recovery and prevention of ankle injuries.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
15 Sep 2016 General practitioners (GPs) can keep up to date with the latest imaging recommendations for common acute ankle and knee injuries seen in general practice by booking an educational visit. Find free CPD here.
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03 Aug 2015 Obesity is the single most important modifiable risk factor to manage in patients with osteoarthritis, according to a new article in the latest edition of Australian Prescriber.
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12 May 2015 What are X-rays & contrast X-rays; what questions to ask a doctor about the benefits & risks; and why they aren’t recommended for low back pain.

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