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Heart of England launches back pain video to promote self-help

News item - Posted on 25/09/2017

25 September 2017 Heart of England NHS Trust has launched a video animation with the twin aims of helping people with back pain and ...

Physio explains benefits of functional rehab to spinal surgeons from around the world

News item - Posted on 09/06/2017

9 June 2017 A physiotherapist from Sheffield has spoken to an audience of international spinal surgeons to highlight the effectiveness ...

Ousted pain expert gains acknowledgement for his work

News item - Posted on 01/06/2017

1 June 2017 A leading pain professor and physiotherapist has been given a surprise honorary membership of the British Pain Society – ...

Help at hand: new resources to tackle back pain

Frontline article - Posted on 12/05/2017

CSP members have a new range of resources to tackle myths surrounding low back pain, says Helen Preston. Last year’s CSP back ...

CSP launches animated film and evidence-based guide to back pain

News item - Posted on 04/05/2017

4 May 2017 Most cases of back pain are not serious, and engaging in exercise and everyday activities can help people get better and ...

10 things you need to know about your back

Publication - Posted on 03/05/2017

£10.00 Quantity: CSP 3 May 2017 ...

Physio findings: exercise may lessen severity of chronic pain

Frontline article - Posted on 28/04/2017

In our latest round-up of research-based articles, Caroline White looks at how physical activity may reduce the severity of long-term pain, while Katherine Jones examines the implications for research and ...

Physiotherapy Pain Association study day: Physios told to remove the ‘nonsense’ from usual care for back pain to empower patients

News item - Posted on 24/01/2017

24 January 2017 Physiotherapists should work together to challenge the ‘nonsense’ that surrounds back pain and to promote sensible ...

Exercise prescription for non-specific chronic low back pain (NSCLBP): a qualitative study of patients’ experiences of involvement in decision making

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 06/12/2016

Background The culture of current clinical practice calls for collaboration between therapists and patients, sharing power and responsibility. This paper reports on the findings of a qualitative study ...

Exercise prescription for patients with non-specific chronic low back pain: a qualitative exploration of decision making in physiotherapy practice

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/11/2016

Background Providing an effective exercise prescription process for patients with non-specific chronic low back pain (NSCLBP) is a challenging task. Emerging research has indicated that partnership in ...

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