Contact and feedback

This page offers a way to influence and improve this site, making it more exciting and helpful. All contributions will be welcomed, considered with respect, and taken seriously; not all will necessarily be acted on. There are three forms, but they are only guidelines and can be ignored and used as you wish.

 “Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary. It fulfils the same function as pain in the human body. It calls attention to an unhealthy state of things.”

Winston Churchill

“We all need people who will give us feedback. That’s how we improve.”

Bill Gates

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This website could be better. My skills in layout, visual structure etc., are low, and I am only slowly learning to use the many sophisticated widgets available. These imperfections do not worry me too much!

My first concern is with the information provided. I sincerely hope nothing is incorrect or misleading. I am sure that I am subject to bias, though I intend to draw attention to significant alternative points of view where they exist. None of the information is complete or comprehensive, and I may easily overlook something the reader knows and thinks should be said.

Next, I am concerned about the subjects covered on the site. I am well aware of vast tracts of rehabilitation that are not covered. I intend to leave detailed information out, such as how to inject a joint or what dose of a drug to use. Nevertheless, the scope of rehabilitation is vast, and this site can only cover a small part.

Last, I am concerned about readability and interest. Since August 2021, I have used Grammarly to check my writing, significantly improving my writing. This does not mean everything is clear, unambiguous, and easily understood. Nor does it mean the text is engaging.

I welcome any feedback on these three areas or any other aspect of the site, specifically:

  • Please let me know if you spot any errors or consider something misleading.
  • Please let me know of any topic or aspect of rehabilitation you feel it needs attention or more detail than at present.
  • Please let me know about any page you need help understanding.

You can use two forms:

  • one for comments about the site and
  • one for commenting on a specific page or post.


I am also happy to be contacted about anything you wish.

We have a section concerned with what particular expertise a profession adds to the multiprofessional team, and anyone interested should contact me so that they can discuss the matter.

We also have a section where people can publish their perceptions of rehabilitation as a patient or carers. Anyone interested should contact me to discuss it.

I am also open to suggestions about other contributions from patients, professionals, or anyone else.

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