Also in this issue
Rehab after radiotherapy: Coping with the long-term effects of breast cancer
A unique service is helping survivors of breast cancer to cope with the long-term after effects of historical radiotherapy.
Be the solution, not the problem
We hate people who add to our problems – so don’t be one of them, says CSP chief executive Karen Middleton.
Funding the future of physiotherapy: Research funding and awards
This year funding of £200,000 is available to CSP members for research, and £84,000 for educational activities. Robert Millett finds out more.
3 minutes with ... Kayleigh Clitheroe
Working for an award-winning social enterprise gave Kayleigh Clitheroe scope to develop a ‘therapy at home’ project in Lancashire.
Physio findings: back care, pilates, stability exercises, balance and falls
In our regular round-up of research that's relevant to physiotherapy staff, Janet Wright looks at the latest research news.
Letters: 21 January 2015
This month's letters to Frontline.
In perspective: Shining a spotlight on A&E
Log-jams in A&E hit the headlines again this month. Eve Jenner explains how physios can play their part in speeding up care and cutting costs.
Viewpoint: A special service
Susie Turner and Anita Patel set the record straight on selective dorsal rhizotomy.
Advice line: Are you up-to-date?
From next month, you can tell the CSP about your sexual orientation and gender identity. Kate Moran explains why.
Comment: Busy? Let Frontline help
Staff at the CSP strive constantly to provide the best possible service to members. Lynn Eaton reveals more.
Burning Question: What is a reasonable adjustment?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues.