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About Anatomy & Physiotherapy

22 Marc Schmitz MSc. 2012Anatomy & Physiotherapy promotes evidenced-based physiotherapy to students, physiotherapists, musculoskeletal health professionals and educational institutes. It encourages the intensive use of literature and life-long learning. What started in 2010 as a small Facebook initiative to inspire my university students in the Netherlands is now available in eight languages, with 60 enthusiastic volunteers contributing to the page and reaching 270,000 fans worldwide through different social media.

On the first of October 2013 we launched our own website. On our website you can find content in a more exclusive way than is posted through our social media accounts. We use more images and videos to support the content and below every article you can find the link to the full text article or Pubmed summary. You can use the search bar to find the article you are looking for and we have build a categorized archive that will contain more articles every day. Within the next few months, Anatomy & Physiotherapy will extend their services by writing blogs and reviews related to physiotherapy.

Anatomy & Physiotherapy is always looking for partners to collaborate with. Please contact us if you are interested in the possibility of any type of collaboration. If you're interested in working for Anatomy & Physiotherapy on a voluntary basis, check out our job section for the possibilities.

Kind regards,
Marc Schmitz
Founder

Experiment

Anatomy & Physiotherapy is experimenting with new ways to cover our costs. We'd like to get rid of the ads on our website. With the little widget below you can allow us to use your computing power while you are on our website. As soon as you close the website the script will stop running. You can also manually stop it by hovering your mouse over the widget. At this time this is an experiment. We'll keep you informed. If you have any questions contact us at .

Click start mining in the widget below.

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