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Offline FindnNemo91

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Read this before going to a physio!!
« on: August 30, 2007, 06:14:28 PM »
got this email and thought that i would help spread the word. srry, theres a lot of advertising, but...an interesting article.

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Dear Athlete,

A recent issue of Sports Injury Bulletin sparked controversy with an article stating that there is a crucial element missing from the physio professionís basic training.

Today, I would like to invite Sports Performance Bulletin subscribers to judge for themselves by offering you exclusive access to this restricted circulation newsletter - absolutely free.

Hot off the press, each issue of Sports Injury Bulletin has a cover price of $16.50. But for a limited time only you can get a copy absolutely free. Click here and ask how to claim your copy now.

http://www.sportsinjurybulletin.com/archive/sports-injury-treatment.php
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Re: Read this before going to a physio!!
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2007, 07:01:59 PM »
Hi FindNemo91
I modified this post [which was much longer] as we will be infringing copyright by posting it in its entirety. I added the link to the journal, but you may like to replace it with the link that we emailed to you?

It is true that medical professionals are sometimes assumed to know things but not explicitly taught. As a medical student I was never taught how to write a prescription, for instance. Or how to counsel someone who had just lost a relative. It is often assumed that these things are picked up 'on the job'. And most of them are, I believe.

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