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Journal of Physiotherapy

Volume 57 . NO 1 . 2011

Editorial
5 Trevor G Russell and Anne F Jones
Implications of regulatory requirements for smartphones, gaming consoles and other devices
Research
11 Mariette J Jansen, Wolfgang Viechtbauer, Antoine F Lenssen, Erik JM Hendriks and Rob A de Bie
Strength training alone and exercise therapy with and without passive manual mobilisation each reduce pain and disability in people with knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review

eAddenda:

21 Wagner da Silva Naue, Ana Carolina Texeira da Silva, Adriana Meira Güntzel, Robledo Leal Condessa, Roselaine Pinheiro de Oliveira and Silvia Regina Rios Vieira
Increasing pressure support does not enhance secretion clearance if applied during manual chest wall vibration in intubated patients: a randomised trial

eAddenda:

27 Susy Braun, Anna Beurskens, Melanie Kleynen, Jos Schols and Derick Wade
Rehabilitation with mental practice has similar effects on mobility as rehabilitation with relaxation in people with Parkinson’s disease: a multicentre randomised trial

eAddenda:

35 Suzanne S Kuys, Kathleen Hall, Maureen Peasey, Michelle Wood, Robyn Cobb and Scott C Bell
Gaming console exercise and cycle or treadmill exercise provide similar cardiovascular demand in adults with cystic fibrosis: a randomised cross-over trial
41 Margit K Kooijman, Ilse CS Swinkels, Cindy Veenhof, Peter Spreeuwenberg and Chantal J Leemrijse
Physiotherapists’ compliance with ankle injury guidelines is different for patients with acute injuries and patients with functional instability: an observational study
47 Matar Abdullah Alzahrani, Louise Ada and Catherine M Dean
Duration of physical activity is normal but frequency is reduced after stroke: an observational study
Appraisal
55 Critically Appraised Papers
68 Clinimetrics
62 Clinical Practice Guidelines
63 Correspondence
64 Media

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