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Public information leaflets

Download leaflets and guides with great physio advice on a wide range of health issues 

Drive clear of pain

Drive clear of pain

Keep fit behind the wheel with ergonomic advice for motorists

Exercise advice leaflets

Exercise advice leaflets

Seven free guides offering simple exercises to combat common pains and ailments

Easy Exercise Guide

Easy Exercise Guide

A little a day, the easy way. Physiotherapists explain how you can build easy, effective exercise into your daily routine.

Fit for the future

Fit for the future

Physiotherapists and dietitians help you keep your children active and eating healthily.

Sports-specific warm up advice

Sports-specific warm up advice

Download top physio tips for sports-specific warm ups.

Do you sit at a desk all day?

Do you sit at a desk all day?

Staying healthier at work is easier than you may think

The Good Sleep Guide

The Good Sleep Guide

How to achieve the perfect night’s sleep: useful tips from the CSP

Under pressure

Under pressure

Stay healthy and happy at work with advice from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

Fit for Work

Fit for Work

Employment plays a big part in keeping you healthy - just going out to work is good for you. If you're suffering from health problems that seem to be aggravated at work, physios can help.

Fit for active Work

Fit for active Work

Physiotherapists explain how to improve your health while doing active or manual work, and reduce your risk of injury.

Give your body a sporting chance

Give your body a sporting chance

Sports injuries can affect sportsmen and women of all ages and abilities. This leaflet offers physiotherapy advice on how to deal with and overcome sports injuries.

Repetitive Strain Injury

Repetitive Strain Injury

Work-relevant upper limb disorders, such as RSI, are a leading cause of work-related ill health.

The good news is that most work-related illness or injury can be avoided if staff and employers put health concerns at the top of their 'to do' lists.

Healthy staff, healthier patients

Healthy staff, healthier patients

Physiotherapy’s role in keeping the NHS fit for work