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Frontline - 5 June 2013

Our latest issue offers some insights on some fascinating areas of policy, clinical practice and beliefs.

Read about the role of physio and old age in our cover feature Race against time; an all-in-one sports treatment and research centre in Bolton All in ONE; and find out what gay marriage could mean for some physios in Changing Times.

Interested in having your say at the CSP? Find out about how members have made their mark by getting involved in CSP committees, and the Make your mark article.

Cover story

  • Robert Millett investigates how physiotherapists will cope with an ageing population and a rising tide of musculoskeletal disorders

Features and focuses

  • A new building in Bolton brings the NHS, sports facilities, researchers, students and therapists together under one roof.  Ian A McMillan meets the physios who help to make Bolton One unique

  • With new legislation paving the way for gay marriages to be officially recognised, Chris Mahony asks physiotherapy staff about the implications.

  • With days to go before the deadline ends for nominations to join CSP committees, Ian A McMillan asks existing members what they’ve gained from the experience

  • Robert Millett finds out how private physiotherapists are coping with reduced payments from insurers

  • Jane Dixon’s willingness to embrace new ideas led to her being made a CSP fellow in 2012, as Robert Millett discovers

  • In our regular column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings.

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