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Australian Journal of Physiotherapy

Volume 54 . NO 1 . 2008

Editorial
3 Robert D Herbert
Researchers should make data freely accessible
Research
7 Chris M Bleakley, Suzanne M McDonough and Domhnall C MacAuley
Some conservative strategies are effective when added to controlled mobilisation with external support after acute ankle sprain: a systematic review

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23 Chris C Harts, Pieter H Helmhout, Rob A de Bie and J Bart Staal
A high-intensity lumbar extensor strengthening program is little better than a low-intensity program or a waiting list control group for chronic low back pain: a randomised clinical trial

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33 Wendy Robinson, Robyn Smith, Ohnmar Aung and Louise Ada
No difference between wearing a night splint and standing on a tilt table in preventing ankle contracture early after stroke: a randomised trial

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38 Erratum: Vol 53 No 4 2007
41 Coralie English, Susan Hillier and Kathy Stiller
Incidence and severity of shoulder pain does not increase with the use of circuit class therapy during inpatient stroke rehabilitation: a controlled trial

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49 Suzanne S Kuys, Sandra G Brauer, Louise Ada and Trevor G Russell
Increasing intensity during treadmill walking does not adversely affect walking pattern or quality in newly-ambulating stroke patients: an experimental study
57 Justine M Naylor, Alison R Harmer and Rob C Heard
Severe other joint disease and obesity independently influence recovery after joint replacement surgery: an observational study

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65 Joan McMeeken, Ruth Grant, Gillian Webb, Kerri-Lee Krause and Robin Garnet
Australian physiotherapy student intake is increasing and attrition remains lower than the university average: a demographic study

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Appraisal
73 Critically Appraised Papers
77 Clinimetrics
79 Clinical Practice Guidelines
80 Media
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