Manipulative practice in the thoracic spine: a survey of current Physiotherapy practice within the UK
You have been invited to take part if you are a UK trained Physiotherapist working within a musculoskeletal setting. Your input will allow for an overview of the current practice of high velocity low amplitude thrust (HVLAT) manipulation within the thoracic spine by UK Physiotherapists. The study aims to gain as much data as possible, so please pass this survey on to colleagues. If you wish to complete the survey and contribute to this relatively under investigated area please click on the link http://goo.gl/XxZhj0
Participation in this survey will take between 5-10 minutes. The survey will not require any follow up questions, interviews or further participation from you. The questions are not aimed to evaluate skill or decision making as a Physiotherapist; they are aimed to provide data so that we can get an overview of thoracic spine manipulative practice amongst UK Physiotherapists. For this reason, we ask that you answer the questions openly and honestly. This research forms a body of work to inform clinical practice, so your contribution will inform further work both within the UK and beyond.
The attached file contain further information regarding the study, however any further information you require please do not hesitate to ask.
The study has been approved by, The School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences Ethics Committee.
Contact: Sally Davies firstname.lastname@example.org
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