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  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    A recent study by the CSP reveals 25 nitrogen dioxide hot spots across UK. Marylebone Road is worst for pollution

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    New CSP study shows gym memberships can cost less than £1 a day. Gyms in the North are the cheapest - London is most expensive.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    Physios call for better work/life balance for UK employees - 'Father Christmas might be the best friend of children, but his lead should not be followed by them' said Grahame Pope, Chair of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    New CSP study shows that 30 per cent of pavements in England need repair. Barking & Dagenham has worst record. Solihull, Tower Hamlets and City of London have the safest pavements.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) welcomes the announcement today of an extra £100 million to support older people's social services by Health Secretary John Reid.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    Physiotherapy is an effective and economical way of helping people with back pain a new study shows.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    Don't let stress and shopping spoil your festive fun. Christmas shoppers could be getting more than they bargained for by picking up an injury in addition to gifts for friends and family, warns the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    Birth rates in Newham in London are the highest in Britain, according to latest figures published today by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP). 5,100 babies were born in the area in 2003, giving Newham a general fertility rate (GFR)1 of 80.3 babies per 1000 women of child-bearing age.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) have criticised the Government for failing to impose a full ban on smoking in public places. The two campaigning organisations say new measures to restrict smoking outlined in today's white paper (November 16) do not go far enough.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) welcomes Government plans to offer people health MOTs as a way of curbing illness and obesity, but is seeking assurance that patients will only be referred to health professionals with the skills and expertise to manage their individual needs.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The CSP welcomes the recognition given to improving workplace health in the Government's new public health white paper. With Health and Safety Executive figures showing that sickness absence costs British society up to £30 billion per year, the CSP says it is high time the Government prioritised occupational health.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has welcomed the arrival today (24 November) of the new NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) guideline for the NHS in England and Wales on the assessment and prevention of falls in older people. The guideline development group included a chartered physiotherapist and received regular input from the Society.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) holds its Annual General Meeting and Autumn Seminar at the Easton Agricultural College, Norwich, this weekend (13-14 November). Over 200 ACPAT members, including physiotherapists who attended the Athens Olympics, are expected to gather to attend the two-day event.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has today warned that mixed messages at local level are fuelling fears that the new NHS pay system, Agenda for Change (AfC), is inadequately funded and will lead to cuts in services and jobs.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has welcomed government plans to widen public access to physiotherapy by making it available at seven new NHS walk-in centres targeted at commuters. However, it is seeking assurances that the new initiative will not be introduced at the expense of other NHS physiotherapy services and that sufficient resources will be made available to staff the ventures.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has welcomed Professor Ian Philp's progress report on the implementation of the 2001 older people's National Service Framework (NSF) , 'Better Health in Old Age', but wants to see greater attention given to measures designed to enable our ageing population maintain their independence for longer.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), Unison and the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists (SCP) have written a joint letter to Andrew Foster, NHS Human Resources Director at the Department of Health, calling for an urgent meeting to discuss career structures for members of their unions working in the community care sector.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    New CSP analysis reveals Westminster has greatest number of road deaths and injuries. North Tyneside has safest record.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has welcomed Liverpool City Council's decision to press ahead with moves to ban smoking in pubs, bars, restaurants and other public places.

  • 5 July 2005 - 9:10am

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has devised a new guide with useful tips for people who simply can't find the time to exercise.

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