The publication consists of seven articles written by GP and sports physician, Dr Simon Kay. It is currently 45 pages and contains 52 videos and animations that help bring the joints to life. Ideal for either learning purposes or for showing patients and clients the source of their musculoskeletal problems! Additional animations are added on a regular basis. There is also a multiple choice question learning test accessible under the Elearning assessment section. Perfect for revision purposes!
This purchase includes access via both the website (on desktops and laptop computers (Flash format)) as well as through our mobile app which is downloadable from the Apple and Android (Google) app stores (including Kindle Fire).
This online resource includes the “best of the best” published articles from the sportEX journals, aimed at the manual therapist in practice or in training. Keep in touch and up to date with these easy to read and informative articles that bring topics to life and provide you with hands on tips and techniques to use in your day-to-day practice or study.
This purchase includes access via both the website (on desktops and laptop computers (Flash format)) as well as through our mobile app which is downloadable from the Apple and Android (Google) app stores (including Kindle Fire). Click here to download our app.
For the full article listing showing all the articles included in the manual click here >
A perfect resource for health professionals like physical therapists, workplace health professionals, physical activity promoters, fitness professionals working with members of the public.
Please note that this is an online product and a one-off purchase (there is no recurring payment required). Once purchased it is also available through our mobile app. Just download the Co-Kinetic Journal app from the Apple app store or Google Marketplace and log in using the same login details that you use for the Co-Kinetic website. Click here to download our app.
Our Co-Kinetic patient advice leaflets are written and reviewed by a multi-disciplinary team of medical and fitness professionals. Every leaflet is peer-reviewed at the very minimum by a professional in each of the following disciplines: physical therapy, manual therapy and exercise/fitness. Where appropriate we may also ask a recognised national charity to review and approve the content.
The review below, of the Massage Therapist's Survival Guide, was written by Bob Bramah, a sports massage practitioner and physiotherapist.
Title – Massage Therapist’s Survival Guide
Author – Rob Granter, soft tissue therapist
Publisher – Self published with sportEX
Reviewer - Bob Bramah, MCSP
Target audience – Aimed at both students and experienced practitioners, regardless of experience and level of qualification.
Overview – Rob Granter’s passion is palpable in this guide. He imparts his obviously vast knowledge with clarity. An exceptionally comprehensive guide and a must for every practitioner’s collection.
Style – Clear, concise and comprehensive. Delivered with an incontrovertible fervour for this subject. Well photographed and with meticulous descriptive text. An indispensable guide for every practitioner at every level.
Overall opinion – This is a great resource. Rob Granter is articulate and has a wealth of knowledge to impart. The emphasis is on the importance of posture and technique and the problems that inevitably arise when these are poorly applied. The detailed text and excellent photographs guide the reader through precise tutorials on correct techniques to optimise the effectiveness of treatment and to keep the therapist injury-free.
Not only does Rob Granter extensively expound the complications sustained by practitioners over time, but he also explains the specific anatomical areas under strain when performing each treatment with incorrect posture. He offers tips to counteract potential problems and exercises to correct existing problems. This book is suffused with invaluable advice encompassing all aspects of a massage therapist’s career. Highly recommended. A survival guide indeed and a wise investment.
This is a 100 page resource focuses on the "Management of acute soft tissue injury using Protection, Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation". Purchase of this resource includes unlimited access to the digital version of the publication (which is accessible both online and also through the sportEX mobile apps (iPad/Android/Kindle Fire)). If you are a current member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM) - please contact them for your membership discount voucher code.
The purpose of this supplement is to present this review of the clinical effectiveness and pathophysiological rationale for using PRICE for acute soft tissue injury. This resource is relevant for all physicians and healthcare professionals (particularly those involved in sports medicine), first aiders, and adults self managing an acute soft tissue injury.
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This is an 82 page comprehensive online manual on the topic of myofascial vacuum cupping, featuring more than 40 videos of hands-on techniques. The contents are outlined in detail below. It is a one-off purchase if purchased individually or is included as part of the Full site subscription. It is only accessible through a desktop or laptop computer with the free Flash player available at the following link https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/. Due to the high volume of videos we are unfortunately unable to make this available through our mobile app.
This document consists of three Flash files which contain every article we've published in sportEX dynamics since the launch of the publication in 2004. The Flash files can be found in the Media Contents area in the top right hand corner of the article. Please note that because these are currently published in Flash, they won't be accessible on mobile devices such as tablets and mobile phones. To open the chosen archive just login and if you have a subscription to that journal, each publication will be clickable.
This document consists of three Flash files which contain every article we've published in sportEX medicine since our launch in July 1999 through to Jan 2015 (when we launched the Co-Kinetic site). The Flash files can be found in the Media Contents area in the top right hand corner of the article. Please note that because these are published in Flash and so they won't be accessible on mobile devices such as tablets and mobile phones.
To open the chosen archive just login and if you have a subscription to the Physical Therapy category, or to the sub category of sportEX medicine archives, the Flash files will be clickable.
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