Joanna Tuynman

Joanna Tuynman (The Netherlands, originally from Wales) has finished her Bachelor degree in Physiotherapy in 2011 and currently works in a private practice in Tholen. On top of that, she is currently finishing her Masters degree in Rehabilitation Science and Physiotherapy at the University of Brussels. After that she plans to obtain Masters degrees in Manual therapy and Sports Physiotherapy. Working and studying takes up a lot of her time, but when she does have time, she loves to travel the world and discover new places. During the week she loves to go running or spend time in the kitchen, cooking. 

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  1. Tendon degeneration and stages of rotator cuff disease
  2. Dry needling or manual pressure in myofascial pain?
  3. Pre-surgical predictors of TKR post surgical pain.
  4. Effects of fatigue on hip joint control in runners with ITBS
  5. Cervicothoracic manual therapy: effective in shoulder pain?
  6. Preventing hamstring injuries in football players
  7. Fat infiltration of the multifidus in whiplash?
  8. Posterior interosseous neuropathy
  9. Pathofysiology associated with a frozen shoulder
  10. Should we be running barefoot instead of wearing shoes?
  11. A newly discovered muscle in the quadriceps femoris?
  12. Fibre typing of the back muscles
  13. Hamstring tendinopathy and rehabilitation
  14. The Temporomandibular joint: pain management and treatment
  15. Patellofemoral pain syndrome and exercises
  16. Manual therapy for cervicogenic dizziness
  17. Eccentric or concentric exercises for tendinopathy?
  18. Treatment of cervical radiculopathy
  19. Treatment of osteoarthritic knee pain
  20. Physiotherapy and pain education, how important is it?
  21. Prevention of groin injuries in sports
  22. Treatment of patients with cervicogenic headache
  23. Physiotherapy management of Lateral epicondylalgia (LE)
  24. What happens in the vertebral body during lifting?
  25. Clinical tests for lumbar instability in low back pain
  26. Hamstring injuries: prevention and treatment
  27. Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy, diagnosis and management
  28. Cervical arterial dissection: an overview and implications
  29. Graded activity in patients with chronic low back pain
  30. A new clinical test to differentiate lumbopelvic control
  31. The Flexion-Rotation Test performed actively and passively
  32. Influence of step rate and quadriceps load distribution
  33. M-mode ultrasound imaging of the hip abductors
  34. The role of sensitization in musculoskeletal shoulder pain
  35. Dry needling as an intervention for low back pain
  36. Risk factors for medial tibial stress syndrome