Results Physiotherapy hosts Evidence in Motion course

Thirty six clinicians from across the state attended the course. The course content looked at the best clinical evidence for non-surgical management of conditions including shoulder impingement, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, wrist tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and other common upper extremity conditions.
The evidence strongly suggests the application of manual therapy and specific exercises for the best outcomes including significant pain relief and quicker return to normal activity. Craig O’Neil PT, DMT, OCS, Vice President of Clinical Education for Results stated, “While all of our therapists know the benefit of good manual therapy interventions, it is great to see the top researchers in physical therapy support this belief with excellent scientific evidence. Our patients will tell you, ‘the hands on component of Results Physiotherapy makes the biggest difference.’ The evidence agrees with that”

briservResults Physiotherapy hosts Evidence in Motion course