Each month the Physiopedia team focuses on updating pages centred around one topic. This enables us to keep improving all of our existing pages as well as creating new ones. The team focuses on updating references and ensuring there are no formatting errors but most important of all the search for the latest evidence and update the pages accordingly. In September our team of volunteers did something different and instead of focusing on one topic we picked pages from the 365 Days of Physiopedia Project.

Physiopedia has almost 3,000 pages full of information to educate and guide physiotherapists and physical therapists all over the world.  Every month over 1.5 million people visit the Physiopedia site but we thought it would be a good idea to share even more and let people know that we cover a vast range of topics; that was the start of 365 Days of Physiopedia.

This new initiative highlights a new page every day on social media, allowing physiotherapists / physical therapists to not only refresh their knowledge but in some cases learn something completely new.  If you are not already following us you can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  Here are some of the pages you may have missed in September:

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We aim to review as many pages as possible each month and create pages that are needed but if you see pages that need improving or creating, not just on topic of the month, please feel free to contact us with your comments.  Physiopedia is a resource created by physiotherapists for physiotherapists.  Your feedback is necessary and always welcome.