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Advice line: compensation for personal injury

Frontline article - Posted on 19/07/2016

Suffered a personal injury? Ian Taylor says legal help could be at hand for CSP members. When CSP’s vice-chair of council ...

Insurance experts publish new rehab code for personal injury cases

News item - Posted on 27/11/2015

28 November 2015 An updated rehabilitation code, which recommends streamlining rehab for people involved in low-value personal injury ...

‘Work as an outcome’ is focus of new tool for physios

News item - Posted on 25/04/2014

25 April 2014 The CSP has launched an information paper to support members in playing a key role in the government’s drive to keep ...

Burning question - compensation for injury by a patient

Frontline article - Posted on 17/09/2013

CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about? Ask your steward/student rep or, if you don’t have one, contact the CSP. ...

Physios are key to whiplash assessment, lawmakers are told

News item - Posted on 30/05/2013

30 May 2013 Physiotherapists should be seen as key experts in whiplash injury, a parliamentary inquiry has heard. ...

Marathon physio effort to keep runners moving

News item - Posted on 19/04/2012

19 April 2012 Up to 200 volunteer physiotherapy staff and students will play a key role supporting runners in the 26-mile London ...

‘Give physios a bigger role in assessing whiplash injuries’

News item - Posted on 12/01/2012

12 January 2012 Physiotherapists should be the first port of call for assessing whiplash injuries, member Sammy Margo said in an ...

Interventions for preventing hamstring injuries: a systematic review

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 20/09/2011

Objectives To assess, by systematic review, the effects of interventions used for preventing hamstring injuries in physically active individuals. Selection criteria Randomised or quasi-randomised ...

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