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Frontline - 18 January 2017

Women’s football is fast growing as a sport – find out in this issue of Frontline what it’s like to be a physio for a women’s side. Also we have a special Physio findings, looking at research in Northern Ireland, and you can read about Chelsea Pensioners’ physio Luz Carvajal.

Cover story

  • women's football physios

    Jennifer Trueland profiles the physios who help to keep Manchester City’s title-winning female footballers in peak condition.

Features and focuses

  • Matt Pattison

    Physios are taught to look, listen and talk – transferable skills, as Matt Pattison tells Graham Clews.

  • men playing rugby

    Physiotherapy research is flourishing in Northern Ireland. Janet Wright presents a snapshot of some leading papers, with the authors’ comments on their impact.

  • Physios involved in dementia rehab

    Robert Millett meets two physiotherapists who highlight the benefits of specialist rehabilitation for people with dementia.

  • lungs

    Allaina Eden and Kelly Morris examine the use of ECMO for patients with severe respiratory failure and other conditions.

  • Karen Middleton

    Karen Middleton, chief exec at the CSP, urges members to consider their resolutions for a difficult year ahead.

  • Luz Carvajal

    Meet physio Luz Carvajal from the Royal Hospital Chelsea’s infirmary, which was hailed for its ‘outstanding’ approach in a recent inspection report.

Views and comments

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