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Blog posts by Joyce Williams

Retired physio and ex-chair of CSP Council Joyce Williams writes about what it means to be ancient in a modern world, not least dealing with remorseless ageism.

Joyce Williams - 06 Nov 2017

It's nearly time for PTUK 2017. Joyce Williams takes us through her first conference, 37 years ago.

Joyce Williams - 25 Oct 2017

CSP’s former chair and octogenarian Joyce Williams passes on tales of the not-so-good old days

Joyce Williams - 18 Aug 2017

A third of over 60s suffer night cramps but no one seems to care. Joyce Williams writes from first-hand experience

Joyce Williams - 24 May 2017

Joyce Williams wonders how physios can best sell their skills to their potential patients

Joyce Williams - 09 May 2017

Former physio Joyce Williams finds being in her 80s is not quite how she planned it – and wonders what advice other physios have to help her

Joyce Williams - 28 Mar 2017

Former CSP chair Joyce Williams gives some lifestyle longevity tips while paying homage to Lewis Carroll

Joyce Williams - 17 Mar 2017

Joyce Williams former chair of the CSP, talks about a red jumper from the 1950s … and the history of the profession

Joyce Williams - 07 Mar 2017

Getting to 80 doesn’t necessarily mean the end, but for some, sadly, it might. Joyce Williams muses on funerals

Joyce Williams - 20 Feb 2017

Joyce Williams talks about what it's like to turn 80

Joyce Williams - 16 Jan 2017

Former physio Joyce Williams, 81, had a taste of what it’s like to see into the future a couple of years’ ago – and wonders if other older patients have the same experience

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