the Modules

All DevelopingPhysio modules:

  • have been written, critiqued, proofed and refined by senior specialist physiotherapists
  • are intuitively laid out
  • contain cultural sensitivity
  • inspire safe clinical reasoning
  • provide a foundation in anatomy, physiology and pathology
  • guide the student safely through assessment, diagnosis and treatment stages
  • are simple to learn – and then teach to others
  • have been checked as safe and effective

(all MSK modules, having been refined over the last four years, are now in active trials around the world, receiving vital feedback from all who use them)

Lumbar (MSK)

written by Katy Niccol, Senior Physiotherapist and reviewed by Tobina Wilson, Senior Physiotherapist in Sierra Leone, it was piloted in Burma, Bangladesh, Nepal, India and the Cameroon and is now trialling globally.
icon_blue_forwardLumbar module (example)

Neck (MSK)

written by Desi Gillespie, Senior Physio, and reviewed by Katy Niccol, Senior Physio, it has been piloted in India and is now trialling globally

Shoulder (MSK)

written by Katy Niccol, Senior Physiotherapist and reviewed by Tobina Wilson, a Senior Physiotherapist in Sierra Leone. It has been piloted in India and is now trialling globally

Elbow (MSK)

  written by Mark Wilkinson, Senior Physiotherapist and reviewed by Katy Niccol, Senior Physio. Piloted in India and now trialling globally

Hand & wrist (MSK)

written by Desi Gillespie, Senior Physiotherapist and reviewed by Katy Niccol. Piloted in India, it is now trialling globally.

Hip (MSK)

written by Katy Niccol, Senior Physiotherapist and reviewed by Tobina Wilson, a Senior Physiotherapist working in Sierra Leone. It was piloted in India and Cameroon and is now trialling globally

Knee (MSK)

written by Desi Gillespie, Senior Physiotherapist, and reviewed by Katy Niccol, Senior Physiotherapist. It was piloted in India and is now trialling globally

Foot & ankle (MSK)

written by Mairi Menzies, Senior Physiotherapist, and reviewed by Katy Niccol, Senior Physiotherapist. It was piloted in India and is now trialling globally

Paediatric neurological

has been written by Annie Levis, Senior Peadiatric Physiotherapist, and reviewed by Archi Hinchcliffe OBE, Senior Specialist Physiotherapist and Founder of Cerebral Palsy Africa
now in active design development.

Stroke

has been written by Francis Sapsford, Senior Physiotherapist and Lecturer in Neurology and stroke rehabilitation, The University of Cumbria. The module has been reviewed by Maggie Tomlin, Vice Chairman of ADAPT and Paul Bohannon, (Senior Physiothearpist. It is now in its final development stage in Australia where Kath Yong, senior neuro physio is working on the treatment section. It will then be piloted in India before active trials begin.

Amputee care

has been written by Penny Broomhead, Senior Physiotherapist, reviewed by Amanda Saunders and is now in active design development

Spinal cord injuries

written initially by Catriona Shepherd, Senior Physiotherapist, this module is now under active review and further development by four leading SCI physiotherapists at the Wellington Hospital in London, Jennifer Deaderick, Kathryn Cavalli, Eva Nunez and Mina Murat.

Burns

is written by RuthAnn Fanstone, senior physiothearpist in Burns and Plastics at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London. RuthAnn has vast experience of working within this field in low-middle income communities.

Amputee gait re-ed

(description to follow)

Parkinson's disease

icon_holding is currently being written by Sarah Hornsby, Senior Physiotherapist

Multiple sclerosis

icon_holding has been written by Rhian Fewtrell and has been reviewed by Maggie Tomlin, Senior Physiotherapist and Vice Chairman of ADAPT.

Lymphatic drainage

icon_holding is currently being written by Tamara Kosovic, Senior Physiotherapist and European lecturer in Lymphatic Drainage

Fractures

icon_holding has been written by Alice Inman, Senior Physiotherapist in MSK. The module is under review by Catherine Johnson, Senior Physiotherapist currently based in Northern Iraq.

Cystic Fibrosis

icon_holdingis currently being written by Lucy Goldsmith, Senior Physiotherapist.

Leprosy

icon_holdingis currently being written by Fiona Crook, senior physiotherapist. Fiona has worked with patients with Leprosy in Nepal.

TB

icon_holdingis currently being written by Aurelija Galvelyte, Senior Physiotherapist (see above profile on Aurelija).

We are also waiting on funding for:
Palliative Care, care of the elderly, manual handling, paediatric orthopaedics, GBS, HIV AIDS, TM, adult orthopaedics, respiratory, gyne, clubfoot.

icon_lumbar icon_blue_forwardLumbar module
(see an example)