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Antony Duttine
Antony Duttine is the Rehabilitation Technical Advisor in Global Health for Handicap International. Based in Washington, DC, his work focusses on the intersection between health and rehabilitation. He has worked in Asia and Africa and as a physiotherapist in the UK implementing rehabilitation programs.

Antony is a Physical Therapist by profession and holds a Masters in Development Management. He is a member of the UK Chartered Society of Physical Therapists and is a board member of their Professional network of Physiotherapists working in International Health and Development.

Entries by Antony Duttine

After The Life Is Saved

(0) Comments | Posted September 23, 2013 | 2:00 PM

There's look of steely determination on his face. It's a look I've seen many times before. As a physical therapist I have the privilege of working alongside people in some of the most challenging - and vulnerable - periods of their lives. John is no different. He had a stroke...

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Getting the Rings Moving: How Can the Olympics Inspire Physical Activity Throughout the World?

(3) Comments | Posted August 6, 2012 | 2:31 PM

This blog is part of a series organized by The Huffington Post and the NGO allianceInterAction around the London 2012 Olympics.

As the world geared up for the Olympics last week, I learned a startling fact at the XIX AIDS conference:...

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