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Frontline - 15 February 2017

In this issue we cover the role physios have in helping people lose weight, you can learn from members who’ve fought cuts in their area and read reports from the CSP’s student development weekend.

Cover story

  • Anna Young, the specialist weight management physiotherapist with Fit for Life

    Fit for Life is a model obesity service in which physios help people to self-manage their weight and associated conditions. Gill Hitchcock reports.

Features and focuses

  • NHS funding pressures mean physio services are under threat across the country

    NHS funding pressures mean physio services are under threat across the country.  What lessons were learned by those who fought against proposed cuts last year?  Mark Gould reports.

  • Ultidisciplinary team with a remit to cut the number of frail older patients

    A physio is playing a central role in a multidisciplinary team with a remit to cut the number of frail older patients who are admitted to a Portsmouth hospital, as Andrew Cole discovered.

  • Lymphoedema

    Lymphoedema is a progressive, long-term condition where early intervention from physio staff and others is vital, as Jane Rankin explains.

  • Stroke recovery

    Caroline White and Katherine Jones write about the latest physiotherapy research

  • The NHS cuts aren’t just going to bite over the winter, says CSP’s chief exec Ka

    The NHS cuts aren’t just going to bite over the winter, says CSP’s chief exec Karen Middleton.

  • Marcus Hunt

    Working with a well-known international company has given physiotherapist Marcus Hunt plenty of scope to promote employee wellbeing.

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