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  • 31 May 2018
    Chris Richard (left) is handed his award by Hywel Dda health board chief executive Steve Moore ‘I wasn’t aware that my hospital did these awards,’ Mr Richards said. ‘When I opened the letter I was very surprised, but obviously happy. I felt appreciated...
  • 10 May 2018
    Health secretary Vaughan Gething wants pelvic health services to focus on prevention and conservative therapies The announcement, on 8 May, was in response to a Welsh government-commissioned report on the use of vaginal synthetic mesh tape and sheets for...
  • 1 May 2018
    Catherine Chin accepts her award for promoting sport and physical activity among disabled people Catherine Chin’s project to get more disabled people involved in sport won the Welsh government’s prudent healthcare award.Launched in 2013 and funded by...
  • 17 April 2018
    The therapies team at Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust in Harlow began their working day in their pyjamas. Pictured, below, is Damian Purcell, a physio on Saunders ward, the short stay assessment unit.  The campaign aims to encourage patients,...
  • 10 April 2018
    Community physio Sarah Jones (centre) gets extreme cold survival tips from Lieutenant Stig of the Norwegian army (right) and fellow RAF reservists (left) in an exercise in Rjuken, Norway. Photo: SAC Lloyd Horgan
  • 27 March 2018
    Reflective of great work: physiotherapists Anna Belotti and Alys Reynolds with their awards Community physiotherapist Anna Belotti won in the ‘innovation and leading the way’ category at the Welsh board’s annual awards, held on 9 March at the Royal Welsh...
  • 20 March 2018
    Gwyneth Richards and Natalie John at meeting of the CSP’s Welsh Board in Cardiff In addition to teaching, Gwyneth Richards and Natalie John are developing the delivery and evaluation of physiotherapy modules and programmes through the medium of Welsh....
  • 14 March 2018
    Sue Rees, deputy head of physiotherapy services for Cardiff and Vale Health Board, said the money saved from refurbishing equipment would go back into patient care Cardiff and Vale University Health Board said it issued more than 10,000 walking aids each...
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  • 28 February 2018
    The video was designed by Oliver Williams, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board’s falls strategy lead. It aims to show the risks of falls and how individuals can prevent them.
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  • 22 January 2018
    Pictured in Wrexham Maelor’s radiology department: physio Sally Priest (centre); consultant radiologist Himanshu Patel (left); and Dr Makarious Asprou, a local GP who works with CMATS She has been injecting as part of her practice at Wrexham Maelor...
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