ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The South African Journal of Physiotherapy is the official voice of The South African Society of Physiotherapy and aims to reflect physiotherapy in Africa. It is an academic research-orientated publication that publishes original research, theory, and/or best practice related to physiotherapy or rehabilitation. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
Perceived readiness for hospital discharge: Patients with spinal cord injury versus physiotherapists  
Marliza Du Plessis, Cassandra R. McGaffin, Thamsanqa Molepo, Roleen Oelofse, Susan Van Zyl, Mokgadi K. Mashola
03 July 2018

Original Research

 
A comparative survey of Nigerian physiotherapists’ familiarity with, knowledge of and utilisation of standard outcome measures: 10 years after initial survey  
Adesola C. Odole, Olufemi O. Oyewole, Aderonke O. Akinpelu
28 June 2018

Original Research

 
Barriers to evidence-based physiotherapy practice for stroke survivors in Ghana  
Jonathan Quartey, Samuel Kwakye
31 May 2018

Original Research

 
The perceived barriers and facilitators in completing a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy  
Nicolette Comley-White, Joanne Potterton
30 May 2018

Original Research

 
Preoperative education in hip and knee arthroplasty patients in Bloemfontein  
Roline Y. Barnes, Karen Bodenstein, Nadia Human, Jacques Raubenheimer, Jodri Dawkins, Carmen Seesink, Jonè Jacobs, Jolien van der Linde, Ruan Venter
29 May 2018
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