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Occupational health and ergonomics practice

Agreement over use of title

Frontline article - Posted on 04/05/2010

Physiotherapists can call themselves ‘occupational physiotherapists’, but they must make it clear to the people they treat exactly what their specialism is, and what services they offer, the CSP and the ...

Everyone’s a winner

Frontline article - Posted on 18/01/2010

In 2008 Dame Carol Black, the government’s national director for health and work, estimated that sickness absence from work cost the UK economy a whopping £100 billion every year. ...

Fit to work

Frontline article - Posted on 14/09/2009

Could physios have a future preventing work absences by providing care in the workplace? Louise Hunt reports With musculoskeletal ...

Following a new Direction

Frontline article - Posted on 17/02/2009

A desire to prevent people becoming injured rather than just treating injuries led physio Sarah Verrion down a career path that has seen her work with an airline and a car manufacturer. Matthew Limb reports. ...

Arthritis patients lack access to treatment

Frontline article - Posted on 04/11/2008

Many people with arthritis are being let down by their employers and lack access to services such as physiotherapy and pain management to stay in work, says a survey. ...

Wales starts work on occupational health

Frontline article - Posted on 15/07/2008

The Welsh assembly government has begun a 12-month pilot scheme to test whether providing rapid access to occupational health musculoskeletal physiotherapy services can reduce work absences. ...

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