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A passage to India
The physio heading up the team for the Commonwealth Games explains the hopes and challenges to Matthew Limb
Physiotherapy had a major role in the rehabilitation of a stroke patient who featured in the media recently as a medical miracle.
lobby over cuts
A protest against the impact of the governments plans on public services takes place at Westminster on 19 October.
On the crest of a wave
Newark physio Julie Lowe celebrates with Jonathon Broome, who won a bronze medal for Great Britain in last months world paracanoeing world champio
Northern Ireland AHPs lose lead officer
AHPs in Northern Ireland are without a representative at government level after the sad death of Patricia Blackburn, on 29 July.
CSP bids to protect pensions
Any changes to public sector pension schemes should be negotiated with unions, the CSP has told an independent inquiry.
Student physio Arun Pall has completed the legendary London to Paris charity cycle ride, raising money for The Pinder Centre in Winchester.
Hospital wins cash for airway clearance
The Royal London hospital physiotherapy team has secured £35,000 of funding to buy specialist equipment for children with respiratory conditions.
MSK care conference
A one-day conference on 27 September 2010
Rehabilitation in the fast lane
Physiotherapy meets Formula 1 racing in a new venture aimed at speeding up rehabilitation.
Support worker gets ground-breaking post
A new post introduced at Imperial College trust has given a support worker a band 5 role.
Social enterprise vote on hold
A ballot of 2,500 staff on whether to turn three PCT provider arms in the North East into a social enterprise has been suspended because of confusi
Management experts and CSP fellows Dr Robert Jones and Fiona Jenkins are launching their new book Managing Money