See our latest press releases below.
22 Aug 2014
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has responded to comments by the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, and the Department of Health about the expansion of physician associate roles.
18 Aug 2014
Following the recent suspension of mesh implant surgery for women suffering with incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in Scotland, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) is calling for an urgent meeting with the Scottish government to discuss how patients will be supported while the risks of the surgery are assessed.
04 Aug 2014
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has responded to Jeremy Hunt's announcement of new measures to tackle the number of patients waiting more than a year for treatment.
09 Jul 2014
Responding to media coverage today about the broader use of personal budgets in England, Prof Karen Middleton, chief executive of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, said:
03 Jul 2014
Responding to a Health Select Committee report published today about managing the care of people with long-term conditions, Professor Karen Middleton, chief executive of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, said:
05 Jun 2014
Poor work habits like not taking a break, staying late or eating lunch ‘al-desko’ are damaging the nation’s health, physiotherapists are warning.
30 May 2014
Work pressures mean significant numbers of people are putting their health at risk by not taking their annual holiday allowance, physiotherapists are warning.
29 May 2014
Latest census figures for England and Wales reveal that almost two-thirds of workers (15.3 million) commute by car and according to chartered physiotherapists many could be at risk of musculoskeletal problems like back and neck pain.
20 May 2014
Poll reveals women are too embarrassed to seek help
28 Apr 2014Thousands of patients in Northern Ireland could benefit from independent prescribing rights for physiotherapists and podiatrists
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) in Northern Ireland and the College of Podiatry will today (29th April) host a conference at the University of Ulster outlining the benefits of physiotherapists and podiatrists being able to independently prescribe medicines to their patients.