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Journal of Physiotherapy

Volume 56 . NO 3 . 2010

Editorial
149 Andrew M Briggs and Joanne E Jordan
The importance of health literacy in physiotherapy practice
Research
153 Louise Ada, Catherine M Dean, Janine Vargas and Samantha Ennis
Mechanically assisted walking with body weight support results in more independent walking than assisted overground walking in non-ambulatory patients early after stroke: a systematic review

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163 Cindy LW Ng, Su-Yen Goh, Rahul Malhotra, Truls Østbye and E Shyong Tai
Minimal difference between aerobic and progressive resistance exercise on metabolic profile and fitness in older adults with diabetes mellitus: a randomised trial

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171 Samária Ali Cader, Rodrigo Gomes de Souza Vale, Juracy Correa Castro, Silvia Corrêa Bacelar, Cintia Biehl, Maria Celeste Vega Gomes, Walter Eduardo Cabreraand Estélio Henrique Martin Dantas
Inspiratory muscle training improves maximal inspiratory pressure and may assist weaning in older intubated patients: a randomised trial

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179 Chulee U Jones, Benjarat Sangthong and Orathai Pachirat
An inspiratory load enhances the antihypertensive effects of home-based training with slow deep breathing: a randomised trial

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187 Nora Shields and Nicholas F Taylor
A student-led progressive resistance training program increases lower limb muscle strength in adolescents with Down syndrome: a randomised controlled trial

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195 Jannette M Blennerhassett, Karen Gyngell and Rachael Crean
Reduced active control and passive range at the shoulder increases risk of shoulder pain during inpatient rehabilitation post-stroke: an observational study
Appraisal
200 Critically Appraised Papers
203 Clinimetrics
205 Clinical Practice Guidelines
206 Correspondence

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