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Physiotherapy in cancer care

Frontline article - Posted on 13/06/2016

Specialist physiotherapist Clare Lait will feature in a forthcoming media campaign on cancer care. Louise Hunt reports. ...

The Christie Way: cancer services at The Christie Trust in Manchester

Frontline article - Posted on 16/03/2015

A centralised service based in Manchester is improving provision for local people with metastatic spinal cord compression. Gill Hitchcock reports. ...

CSP and Macmillan Cancer Support guide highlights cancer care issues for physiotherapists

News item - Posted on 23/01/2014

23 January 2014 All physiotherapy teams and departments should have a protocol for managing suspected metastatic spinal cord ...

So your patient has cancer - a guide for physiotherapists not specialising in cancer

Publication - Posted on 23/01/2014

£0.00 Quantity: CSP, Macmillan, ACPOPC CSP ...

Door opens to physios who seek new links in cancer care

Frontline article - Posted on 04/01/2013

The UK Oncology Nursing Society (UKONS) is opening up its membership to physiotherapists. The organisation is seeking to strengthen ...

A flowering vocation

Frontline article - Posted on 03/09/2012

Hannah Poulton hoped to become a sports physio but ended up working in a hospice. She tells Ian A McMillan why she couldn’t feel more fulfilled in her current role. ...

Physio produces new exercise DVD for cancer patients

News item - Posted on 04/01/2012

4 January 2012 A physiotherapist used fundraising, contacts and called in favours to put together a DVD and booklet that gives cancer ...

The remains of the day

Frontline article - Posted on 04/11/2008

Physiotherapists are playing an increasing role in caring for people with a year or less to live. Louise Hunt talks to some of them ...

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