Guidance for members on insurance and physiotherapy practice and information on the CSP PLI scheme for members.
At-a-glance key points to help you understand the cover offered by the scheme. The full policy wordings that you need to read and understand.
Individual top-up cover, small business indemnity, criminal defence costs, treatment of animals and other insurance. Find out what’s available for full-practising CSP members wanting extra cover.
The CSP PLI scheme and your pre-registration practice. Information on practice placements, extra-curricular work experience and the implications of unsupervised practice.
Acupuncture and dry needling are two common modalities that members may wish to practise as a standalone service.
The CSP PLI scheme does not provide cover for the treatment of certain professional footballers — find out more here
The CSP PLI scheme has specific terms and conditions for overseas work which may influence how you undertake volunteering activities.
Broadcasting your services and knowledge to a wider audience brings up other insurance issues
The CSP PLI scheme has specific terms and conditions for short periods of overseas work as a Team Physiotherapist for a British-based delegation.
The Republic of Ireland is considered an overseas territory for the purposes of the CSP PLI scheme
Key messages that relate to Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) from an indemnity perspective
Key messages that relate to burns from electrotherapy from an indemnity perspective