The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy


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10 great reasons to apply for CSP membership:

Apply to join as a full member via this website right now:
simply login and visit Your Account and use the apply now! link to begin the process.

Alternatively, just send us a completed application form: contact our Enquiries Team (ET) via email or phone +44 (0)20 7306 6666 and request an application pack.

  1. Chartered status for qualified physiotherapists – giving you the best advantage in the professional marketplace
  2. Comprehensive legal services – free personal injury scheme, plus legal support on workplace issues and advice on legal problems outside of work
  3. Expert representation at work from the CSP’s network of trade union officers, stewards and safety reps
  4. Lobbying on your behalf to influence decision-makers, raise your profile and secure the future of the physiotherapy profession
  5. Advice and support with your professional development, including your own newly-qualified page, a dedicated careers section of the CSP website and free access to our CPD ePortfolio tool
  6. Up to £10 million† of medical, professional and public liability insurance that beats other insurers’ rates
  7. Downloadable learning resources from the member-only area of the CSP website, including publications, information papers, articles and the quarterly Physiotherapy journal, keeping you up-to-date on key issues and the latest research
  8. The latest physiotherapy news, features and jobs delivered direct to you in Frontline magazine, our fortnightly e-news bulletin, and a suite of specialist newsletters
  9. Easy-to-access peer support through our interactive CSP members forum with its online clinical, professional and regional networks
  10. Our searchable Job Escalator resource – details of the newest physiotherapy posts on offer direct to your inbox.

† subject to CSP membership at the date of treatment/advice (cover not available to members practising outside of the UK except on a temporary basis)


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