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Forth Valley physio leads use of red, dementia-friendly walking frames

News item - Posted on 08/06/2018

8 June 2018 A physio-led project has inspired a Scottish hospital to introduce brightly coloured, dementia-friendly walking frames to ...

Report reveals how physiotherapists can play a major role in saving NHS cash

News item - Posted on 19/04/2018

19 April 2018 Physiotherapists can play a significant role in making substantial financial savings by reducing waste and re-using ...

Cardiff and Vale aims to save £20,000 a year by reusing walking aids

News item - Posted on 14/03/2018

14 March 2018 A Welsh health board is calling for local residents to return walking aids they no longer use in a bid to save thousands ...

Recycling revolution

Frontline article - Posted on 24/02/2017

Carrick Brown explains how families with terminally-ill children can access vital pieces of equipment, thanks to a new scheme. ...

Redcar physios make step-change in equipment design

News item - Posted on 28/09/2015

28 September 2015 Physiotherapists in north Yorkshire have teamed up with clinical engineers to design an innovative set of mock ...

Wobble board given ‘smart’ overhaul

Frontline article - Posted on 19/02/2013

A physiotherapy lecturer has developed an innovative ‘smart’ wobble board that can measure and record balance and movement. ...

Equipment company sparks Welsh alert

News item - Posted on 01/02/2013

1 February 2013 Concerns are being raised that a therapeutic equipment company operating in Wales may have obtained personal data on ...

Hospital procurement wasting £500m

News item - Posted on 22/02/2011

3 February 2011 Procurement of consumable goods in hospitals is wasting around £500 million of NHS money every year, according to ...

An evaluation of equipment to assist patient sit-to-stand activities in physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 06/10/2010

Objectives Facilitating patient sit-to-stand activities has been identified as a major cause of back pain. Whilst some aspects of equipment use have been addressed in health care, few studies have ...

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