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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

Naomi McVey - 14 Aug 2017

Doing a job interview can be a harrowing experience, confesses Naomi McVey

Rob Yeldham - 04 Aug 2017

Rob Yeldham explains how the promotion of physiotherapy in the UK takes many forms, and members are central to their delivery

Katrina Kennedy - 07 Jul 2017

An array of passionate international speakers inspired me to make extra efforts to promote the value of physiotherapy 

Katrina Kennedy - 03 Jul 2017

Being in Cape Town for the WCPT congress made Katrina Kennedy reflect on her childhood in Africa and what lessons we in a more affluent part of the world can learn from those living in harsher settings

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Naomi McVey - 29 Jun 2017

It’s time to be truthful, says Naomi McVey

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Katrina Kennedy - 27 Jun 2017

Katrina Kennedy makes the case for collaboration ahead of travelling to next week's big international physiotherapy conference

Anna Lowe - 26 Jun 2017

Last week was AHPs4PHO's first anniversary. Anna Lowe looks at what the community has achieved

Catherine Pope - 21 Jun 2017

Catherine Pope, CSP chair, looks at some major changes in the society’s governance aimed at making its council a leaner, but more powerful, body

Anna Lowe - 08 Jun 2017

Physical activity is so closely aligned with our core aims of maximising function, managing pain, encouraging self-management and ultimately improving quality of life, that it’s important physios know where to access resources, as Anna Lowe explains.

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