The Caseload Balance – Prioritising Patients

Caseload management is a skill that comes with experience. And this true – to a degree. Because, if it’s a skill, it can be learnt. We don’t have to wait to make the mistakes that others have made. We can learn the fundamentals in advance. Despite this learnability, caseload management is given an underwhelming amount… Read More

An Enduring Career

I have to admit it. I’ve thought about it – on more than one occasion too. Dropping out of physiotherapy, that is. Going back to university and studying something different. Or maybe working in a coffee shop while I determine what’s next. Sadly, the thought of leaving the physiotherapy profession is a common one. Check… Read More

Are You Satisfied?

Are you satisfied with your work as a physiotherapist? If you could turn back time (hello, Cher!), would you study physiotherapy? Would you recommend that others study physiotherapy? None of the respondents in this study answered yes to all of the questions above. So, what about you? Are you satisfied? Define: happy Let’s start with,… Read More


Physiotherapy is heavily grounded in evidence-based practice. And, this is a good thing. The constant search for improving injury management means better outcomes, faster. A healthier population is a happier and more productive one. But this emphasis on clinical research has left gaps in other aspects of the vocation. There is little spoken about career… Read More