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Parkinson’s audit reveals rise in early referrals for physiotherapy, but calls for service improvements

News item - Posted on 23/05/2018

24 May 2018 More people with Parkinson's are receiving a physiotherapy referral within two years of their diagnosis, but not enough ...

Physio appointed as first therapy lead for UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network

News item - Posted on 04/05/2018

4 May 2018 A physiotherapist is taking on a newly created role as the therapy clinical lead for the UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network. ...

Physios win Parkinson’s excellence award

News item - Posted on 22/02/2018

22 February 2018 Two physiotherapists have received praise for their role in a Leeds-wide project to improve inpatient care for people ...

Physiotherapy can help manage symptoms of Parkinson’s, says NICE

News item - Posted on 09/02/2018

9 February 2018 Physiotherapy can help people with Parkinson’s to manage their symptoms, maintain their independence and avoid ...

Bhanu Ramaswamy becomes first physio to get a fellowship from Cardiff University

News item - Posted on 28/07/2017

28 July 2017 Private physiotherapy consultant Bhanu Ramaswamy believes she is the first physiotherapist to become an honorary fellow ...

NICE recommends specialist physio for early-stage Parkinson’s

News item - Posted on 19/07/2017

19 July 2017 Health professionals should consider referring adults in the early stages of Parkinson’s to physiotherapists for an ...

ACPIN conference: Physios should treat more neurological conditions

News item - Posted on 27/03/2017

27 March 2017 Neurological physios should consider working with a wider range of conditions, according to the outgoing president of ...

ACPIN conference: Physios told social life crucial for Parkinson's patients

News item - Posted on 24/03/2017

24 March 2017 Physiotherapists should get their neurological patients involved in local support and social groups, because of the huge ...

National award goes to Teesside Parkinson’s ‘one-stop shop’

News item - Posted on 24/03/2017

24 March 2017 A multidisciplinary service in Teesside for people with Parkinson’s has won a national award, which specialist physio ...

In review: featured books and video and e-book

Frontline article - Posted on 30/01/2017

Our featured book titled 'Play in Healthcare for Adults' deal with the fundamentals of play and its importance in the political health agenda.  Read on... ...

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