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Osteoporosis Audiobook Video

Osteoporosis Audiobook Video

A video of me recording one of the audiobook sections in the Recognising Rheumatology Audiobook which is coming soon to my shop! In this video I discuss Osteoporosis    

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AxSpA – an overview document

AxSpA – an overview document

Intro I have been struggling with blogs recently as my time has been stretched all over the place so by way of apology below you can download a document which contains the information I wrote as...

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Osteoporosis – An Introduction

Osteoporosis – An Introduction

Intro Welcome to another series of blogs, this time on the topic of Osteoporosis. These will look to unpack in some detail the important aspects of this relatively common condition and what as...

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Gout

Gout

Intro  This is a blog I have been meaning to write for a while, embarrassingly Gout occupies just the one slide on my “Recognising Rheumatology” courses despite it being the most common...

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Imaging in Rheumatology – MRI for AxSpA

Imaging in Rheumatology – MRI for AxSpA

Intro Imaging in Rheumatology is a vital modality in assisting with the diagnosis and ongoing monitoring of the conditions. This blog begins another series of blogs which will aim to unpack imaging...

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Imaging in Rheumatology for Physios

Imaging in Rheumatology for Physios

Intro Imaging in Rheumatology is a vital modality in assisting with the diagnosis and ongoing monitoring of the conditions. This blog begins another series of blogs which will aim to unpack imaging...

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MINI BLOG – Diagnosing Fibromyalgia

MINI BLOG – Diagnosing Fibromyalgia

I was comissioned recently to run a CPD session on Fibromyalgia. Part of it involved discussing how Fibromyalgia is diagnosed and I have decided to share the slides from that component of the talk....

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The Stages of Rheumatoid Arthritis

The Stages of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Intro This is the second blog of my Rheumatoid Arthritis series that looks to expand upon the article for PhysioFirst which you can read in full here. It has topped 9000 downloads at the time of...

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Tendons

Rheumatoid Arthritis Tendons

Intro This blog comes following a request from @ChrisSwinburne on Twitter which is a. awesome and b. terrifying as I don’t know a ton and information on this subject seems sparse. I have done my...

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Pregnancy and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Pregnancy and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Intro Pregnancy is branching away from my usual topics of blogs and reading but here is something else I get asked about with reasonable regularity. Remember that the inflammatory arthropathies...

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Hypermobility Part 2 (syndrome?)

Hypermobility Part 2 (syndrome?)

Intro Hypermobility is common in Physio clinics the world over, over a series of blogs I hope to convey my current understanding of the factors at play with regards to diagnosis and management of...

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Hypermobility Part 1

Hypermobility Part 1

Intro Hypermobility is common in Physio clinics the world over, over a series of blogs I hope to convey my current understanding of the factors at play with regards to diagnosis and management of...

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Polymyalgia Rheumatica

Polymyalgia Rheumatica

Intro I have had a bit a glut of requests about Polymyalgia Rheumatica (PMR) recently so this blog aims to give an overview of the condition and non-pharmacological management for Physios. PLEASE...

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Inflammatory Arthropathy Bloods

Inflammatory Arthropathy Bloods

Blood tests are a vital component when it comes to clinical reasoning in Rheumatology. Not everyone has the authorisation to order bloods for their patients but a working knowledge remains important...

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24 Hours Inflammatory Pattern

24 Hours Inflammatory Pattern

Intro Day to day in our MSK clinics we discuss the daily pattern of symptoms with pretty much everyone that attends. The obvious reason being that it can tell you an absolute ton about the nature of...

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