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Frontline - 2 November 2016

The clocks might have gone back last weekend, but Frontline continues to lift any autumnal gloom by showcasing examples of good practice in the field of physiotherapy. In this issue, you can gain insights into BBC presenter Andrew Marr’s rehab regime, meet an advanced A&E practitioner and read about a respite unit in East Lothian for people with neurological conditions.  

Cover story

Features and focuses

  • Staff at an impressive mansion in East Lothian provide much-needed therapy for people with neurological conditions, as Graham Clews discovered.

  • Karen Middleton

    Using jargon can often get in the way of understanding what we’re really trying to achieve, admits Karen Middleton.

  • Cricketer

    Gary Henson looks at the support the CSP can give if you’re treated unfairly at work. Outcomes have included securing compensation or even large pay outs.

  • Dyslexia

    One person in 10 has dyslexia. Nina Paterson suggests ways in which they can be supported in the workplace.

  • Nathan Humphries

    Let’s work together. As an advanced physiotherapist practitioner, Nathan Humphries is convinced about the benefits of working in a collaborative way.

  • Man on bike

    In our latest editon of physio findings, Janet Wright along with CSP research adviser Katherine Jones looks at if prehabilitations can reduce surgery risks and the quality of evidence advice on motor skills therapy.

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Volume 22 Issue 19

Frontline cover 2 November 2016

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