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Editor's comment: looking forward

‘Tis the season to be jolly … so we thought you might enjoy a lighter look at the role of physiotherapy in this your Christmas issue of Frontline, writes managing editor Lynn Eaton.

While we’re not claiming to be Screen International magazine, do check out the backgrounder on how the CSP’s hit film, Rehabilitation Matters, was made. It started out as an idea in the head of Jon Ryan, our head of press and public relations, and ended as a full blown (well five-minute long) feature film. And one with an Oscar-shortlisted director, no less.
 
Read the cover feature to find out how physios keep performers in peak condition over the festive season, whether they are in pantos or ballets. As one physio found out there is a lot in common between dancers and football players! Hard to believe? Find out more here.
 
On page 32, you’ll find the amazing story of Ben Watkins, who helped support members of a British team racing through the forbidding Gobi Desert. What an incredible experience!
 
And you can find the final part of our series on developing your next career move – something no doubt many of you will be considering in the year ahead.
 
So have a great break, assuming you are planning some fun away from the workplace. I hope you find a bit  of space to reflect on your achievements in 2017.
 
Let’s look forward to another positive year ahead for the profession, with the support of every member of the CSP.
 
  • Lynn Eaton managing editor Frontline and head of CSP member communications eatonl@csp.org.uk
 

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Article Information

Author(s)

Lynn Eaton managing editor Frontline and head of CSP member communications

Issue date

6 December 2017

Volume number

23

Issue number

21
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