Welcome to the Online Physio Forum.

Activity Stream

Sort By Time Show
Recent Recent Popular Popular Anytime Anytime Last 7 Days Last 7 Days Last 30 Days Last 30 Days All All Photos Photos Forum Forums Groups Groups
  • physiobob's Avatar
    Today, 04:50 AM
    Australia, Queensland (Brisbane) - Originally established in 1987 and purchased by current owner in 1989 this is a rare opportunity to own such a longstanding practice with excellent community reputation Large patient database... See More Information...
    0 replies | 3 view(s)
  • physiobob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:40 PM
    Australia, Queensland (Regional) - Long running clinic setup by current owner in 2007. Fantastic lifestyle location on the central Gold Coast within walking distance to the beach, a huge selection of national retailers, restaurants,... See More Information...
    0 replies | 17 view(s)
  • mmwr715's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:44 AM
    I have a medial plica and it snaps quite nicely under my fingers on flexion/extension even though it is not tender. Annoyingly, the fat pad scenario is fraught with comorbidities with patellar tendonitis, cruciate tears, meniscus lesion and so forth so just an isolated fat pad might be uncommon: Duri, Zaid AA, et al. "The fat pad and its relationship to anterior knee pain." The Knee 4.4 (1997): 227-236. The fat pad and its relationship to anterior knee pain - ScienceDirect Having said that,...
    3 replies | 297 view(s)
  • sdotbailey's Avatar
    21-01-2019, 06:18 PM
    Mmwr715, First off, thank you so much for taking the time to try an help me with this... You response has prompted a couple of follow up questions on my end. I hope you don't mind answering them. Medial Knee Plica: 1) Would this not show up on an MRI?
    3 replies | 297 view(s)
  • physiobob's Avatar
    20-01-2019, 10:40 PM
    Australia, Queensland (Regional) - Well established practice originally setup in 1990 by current owner with large patient database with outstanding reputation throughout the community & good relationships with local GPs... See More Information...
    0 replies | 38 view(s)
  • physiobob's Avatar
    20-01-2019, 10:40 PM
    Australia, New South Wales (Sydney) - Well established practice originally set up by the current owner in 1988.Fantastic location in a buzzing commercial area with easy access to M2 Motorway.Excellent opportunity for owner... See More Information...
    0 replies | 57 view(s)
  • Priyanka Parate's Avatar
    20-01-2019, 07:24 PM
    Hello, Myself Priyanka....I have few queries about credentialing process...what all documents are required?? Transcripts are important for credentialing???Can any one guide for the same.....my mail id is priyanka16parate@gmail.com. Thank you.
    31 replies | 43107 view(s)
  • Anshu19's Avatar
    20-01-2019, 01:21 AM
    Hi, Is anyone planning to appear for QE exam ? I have few queries. can anyone please help me with exam guidelines and practical prep for the same ? I am already USA licensed therapist and due to personal reasons will be relocating to singapore this year .Hence also looking for employer for visa filing. Does any one know any staffing agency who can file work visa for me .so that i can take up exam. Thanks in advance.
    29 replies | 26877 view(s)
  • amy_pt123's Avatar
    20-01-2019, 12:46 AM
    There are some study materials here for the written and practical along with some mock exams. Entry to Practice Essentials | Pass the PCE
    16 replies | 4496 view(s)
  • amy_pt123's Avatar
    20-01-2019, 12:44 AM
    These guys have an online textbook that has mock questions and study material for both the written and practical exams. Entry to Practice Essentials | Pass the PCE
    50 replies | 60865 view(s)
  • amy_pt123's Avatar
    20-01-2019, 12:42 AM
    These guys have practical component study scenarios that include examiner checklist and patient instructions. Practical Membership | Entry to Practice Essentials
    7 replies | 8251 view(s)
  • amy_pt123's Avatar
    20-01-2019, 12:37 AM
    These guys have a free practice quiz. Are You Ready for the PCE? | Entry to Practice Essentials They also have mini mock exams you can purchase for pretty cheap. Mini PCE Practice Exam #1 | Entry to Practice Essentials
    25 replies | 15460 view(s)
  • mmwr715's Avatar
    19-01-2019, 09:49 PM
    I'm not sure the finding of mild spinal stenosis has much to do with your pain unless you find trouble walking any distance unless you are pushing a shopping cart (bending forward with shopping cart opens up spinal space and elevates compression). You mentioned your right hip is a problem. What you seem unaware of is the right flank -hip area pains. If you pinch the flank is it quite tender there? If you press your lateral hip crest do you find your ribs abut and perhaps descend beneath...
    1 replies | 187 view(s)
  • mmwr715's Avatar
    19-01-2019, 09:06 PM
    Are you sure it is not a medial Knee plica? - they tend to be sore all along the inner kneecap and snap at times. https://www.physio-pedia.com/images/e/e6/Plica.jpg If you press on the sore spot and flex and extend knee, it should hurt and snap. Hughston Plica Test You can inject it with steroid or have it excised: Gerrard, Adam Daniel, and Charalambos P. Charalambous. "Arthroscopic Excision of Medial Knee Plica: A Meta-Analysis of Outcomes." Knee surgery & related research 30.4...
    3 replies | 297 view(s)
  • maniac2019's Avatar
    19-01-2019, 12:15 AM
    Hi guys, So I attended a physio the other day and to be honest I am not happy with the advice they gave me, I am not doctor but I clearly can tell I suffer from Lordosis or anterior pelvic tilt this has been an issue dating back since I was 8-9 years old I am not 27 years old, any how the physio I attended told me that I did have an excessive curvature of my spine and asked if I was experiencing any pain and I told her no and she said that then it's fine you shouldn't worry about it if there...
    0 replies | 89 view(s)
  • reachrachanasuresh's Avatar
    18-01-2019, 01:56 PM
    I am doing my graduation in BPT in India. I want to do my masters in Canada. Can anyone help me how to do masters in MPT in Canada and what would be the cost?
    1 replies | 272 view(s)
  • Kendyl's Avatar
    17-01-2019, 03:21 AM
    Oh amazing, thank you! I will definitely check those out! Have you gone through the Type 1 review yet!
    2 replies | 323 view(s)
  • JJ0101's Avatar
    16-01-2019, 08:33 PM
    Hi, What state are you applying for? The Natural Science CLEP will not fulfill the requirement for physics with lab, as it is not considered a lab course. I am also looking at that one. another option is uni of new england, maine who offer under Science pre-req. with the School of professional Studies. The only other on-line option I found was oregon state. Also, I looked at using CLEP for Chemistry (as FCCPT do take that), but was told by the South Carolina Board that they will not take it....
    3 replies | 902 view(s)
  • JJ0101's Avatar
    16-01-2019, 08:28 PM
    Hi, I am aussie trained, with UK Masters, but worked for many years in NZ until coming back to the US. (Husband is from here and we lived and worked in Colorado in the past). Where did you train and when did you graduate. Likely you will need quite a lot of additional courses as the system is quite different here. I am happy to try and help.
    1 replies | 164 view(s)
  • JJ0101's Avatar
    16-01-2019, 08:24 PM
    Yep, in exactly that situation right now. i am looking at Uni of New England, Maine as they offer online - look in the School of Professional Studies under Science pre-reqs.
    2 replies | 323 view(s)
  • JJ0101's Avatar
    16-01-2019, 08:22 PM
    Hi, i am an Aussie trained PT (Sydney) with Masters from the Uk. Previously worked in Colorado, and recently returned to the US. just gone through ECR with FCCPT. I suggest you contact the Colorado board directly and check which they want, as I have just moved to South Carolina and the board told me different things to FCCPT, and they will be the ones who decide. If you change you application, you will need to start the time again. My ECR (on a simple old CWT2) took 31 weeks, (got report...
    1 replies | 242 view(s)
  • IsaiaJ's Avatar
    15-01-2019, 11:16 AM
    Hello, here is my situation and what Id like to know: I am a 19 year old male. Ive played competitive basketball (nationally and internationally) since the age of 11 before quitting entirely in March 2018. My reason for quitting was an injury after falling and hitting the court with my back. After the fall, I felt the bruising pain of the immediate impact but had a feeling that things would be worse in the morning. Sure enough, the next day I had pretty intense pain in my lower back that...
    1 replies | 187 view(s)
  • Samj201's Avatar
    14-01-2019, 07:38 PM
    Hi, so here what happened. I am a 47 year old male, stocky build 15 Stone 5.9ft tall. I used to run twice a week about 4 miles, 2 years ago I went out one day without any kind of warm up and towards the end of my 4 miles felt a sharp pain in my right leg upper ankle below calf. I had to immediately stopped running and limped home. I did not run again for about 3 months, I was limping for about 6 days following the incident but gradually could walk as normal. About a month on I decided to do...
    0 replies | 191 view(s)
  • My_EPE's Avatar
    14-01-2019, 02:01 PM
    Here is a free practice quiz that you can take to get an idea where you are at in your studying. It's 30 questions timed the same way as will be on the written exam. Are You Ready for the PCE? | Entry to Practice Essentials Here is some mini mock exams you can purchase. Mini PCE Practice Exam #1 | Entry to Practice Essentials
    12 replies | 14488 view(s)
  • My_EPE's Avatar
    14-01-2019, 01:56 PM
    Have a look at our PCE study tool at www.myepe.ca. EPE was the first online study guide of it's kind and even now we're the top choice for student's looking to pass the Canadian PCE. EPE covers what you'll need to guarantee a pass on both the written and the practical PCE, plus because it's completely online it's really easy to use and you'll study for the PCE exam in the same way you'll take the PCE exam.
    6 replies | 2910 view(s)
No More Results
Back to top