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Physiotherapist, chiropractor and strength and conditioning specialist. Renowned international lecturer.
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Physiotherapist, also known as The Barbell Physio.
Keeping up with research these days is next to impossible. Thanks to the Physio Network, we can now access a platform that streamlines meaningful information from experts in the field in a timely manner. The end game is tapping the best available literature on short notice while being able to synthesize and translate it into clinical practice. To this end, the Physio Network has met and surpassed expectations! Im really proud and honored to be a part of this community and contribute where I can. Onward!
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