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Physical Therapy

Information resources for Physical Therapy students and faculty


Evidence in Motion

Evidence in Motion is an education and business practice consultation company whose sole reason for existence is to create and promote a culture of evidence-based practice within the physical therapy profession. In striving to achieve their mission, they aim to foster the global sharing of information and ideas and thus advance evidence-based physical therapy practice, research, and education around the world.


Physiospot is a resource where health care professionals can easily keep up to date with current research. It presents summaries of articles from recently published journals that are specifically selected for their clinical relevance. This offers the opportunity to monitor new and clinically relevant research as it is published in different clinical areas.


Physical Therapy Podcasts

Physical Therapy Journal’s Podcast Central. Listen to audio versions of abstracts; The Bottom Line, clinical summaries that translate study findings for application to practice; and special features.

Physiotherapy information for the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia

My Channel Physical Therapy

A physical therapy community for media sharing videos and podcasts

Medical Librarian

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Stephen Modica
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Subjects: Physical Therapy

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