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Spinal Cord Injury

Evidence shows need for better spinal injury care, says CSP’s Sue Browning

News item - Posted on 09/07/2015

9 July 2015 There is growing evidence to show that the current pressures on health and social care systems are having a major impact ...

Student Reps Weekend: Former professional cyclist and student physio Leda Cox tells undergraduates ‘don’t let others limit your potential’

News item - Posted on 13/02/2014

13 February 2014 Making a positive impact was a key theme at the student representatives development weekend, held in Leeds on 8-9 ...

Women get awards for their spine care

Frontline article - Posted on 21/01/2013

The Spinal Injuries Association, the charity for spinal cord injured people, is launching awards to recognise the contribution that women healthcare professionals, including physiotherapy staff, make in ...

Sporting chance

Frontline article - Posted on 18/06/2012

In the run-up to the paralympics, Ian A McMillan looks at the key part sport plays in the rehabilitation of severely injured service personnel at Headley Court  ...

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