Physio CPD quiz

We’ve prepared these Physio CPD quizzes to test your Physio knowledge of different topics.

Each test focuses on an aspect of clinical practice and is suitable for all levels of experience.

These CPD tests are designed to complement our case studies to test and build clinical knowledge.

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hip diagnosis

10 tough CPD questions on Hip diagnosis: do you know your FAI from your BSI? [3min test]

Multiple choice quiz - hip diagnosis Hip diagnosis can be elusive at times - it can ...
running injury questions

10 difficult Running injury questions for Physiotherapists [4min test]

This CPD quiz poses 10 running injury questions to challenge Physiotherapists. This quiz is appropriate for ...
lower limb trivia

Lower limb trivia quiz – scoring 10/10 is nearly impossible! [3min test]

This lower limb trivia quiz is a bit of fun and a big challenge for Physiotherapists ...
knee injury quiz

Knee injury quiz for experienced Physios [3min test]

This knee injury quiz is designed to test the clinical knowledge of Physios with at least ...
ankle sprain quiz

Ankle sprain quiz – 8 clinical questions for Physios [+ xrays]

This ankle sprain quiz is for Physios of all levels, testing clinical knowledge of pathology and ...
shin splints quiz

Shin Splints quiz – 5 challenges to test your expertise [2min test]

This Shin Splints quiz will test your expert knowledge on Shin Splints. Take your time and ...

How to use Physio CPD quizlets

CPD quizzes can be a bit of fun, but there’s a (slightly) serious and valuable side to them.

Quizzes test specific points of knowledge and they’re a great tool to identify small gaps in your clinical knowledge.

Unlike a case study, which you can rely on what you know, a Physio CPD quiz will focus on specific content within a niche or broader topic.

If you don’t get a question wrong, don’t just note the correct answer and move on. Go exploring the topic and other related content.

Did you select the wrong answer for the question about AFTL and intracapsular vs intrasynovial? Maybe it’s a one-off, or maybe you need to revise your knowledge of ankle ligaments and specific locations.

The question about extracapsular vs intracapsular vs intrasynovial isn’t just a fun academic bit of trivia.

If you get a patient in with a distinct intracapsular pattern of ankle swelling, could the AFTL produce swelling in that location or is another structure at fault?

That’s going to change your hypothesis and management plan significantly, provided you know if an isolated AFTL injury can cause that swelling.

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