Also in this issue
In review: High-performance training for sports
In our new column we feature the book: High-performance training for sports, by David Joyce and Daniel Lewington (eds).
Making every breath count: Pulmonary care at Rosewood Palliative Day Support
Robert Millett meets the team behind a pioneering palliative pulmonary rehabilitation service.
3 minutes with: Penny Emberton-Brooks
Physios are well-placed to assess people for the blue badge scheme, says Penny-Emberton Brooks.
Clinical update: Obesity
Our second new column looks at the rise of obesity. Physio staff in all settings are well placed to respond.
Physio findings: One-to-one programme for knees and reading keeps you up-to-date
In our regular round-up of research that's relevant to physiotherapy staff, Janet Wright looks at the latest research news.
Being mindful: Vidyamala Burch uses mindfulness to manage pain
Vidyamala Burch, founder of Breathworks in Manchester, outlines how mindfulness helped her cope with pain on a daily basis.
Advice line: The risk of sharps injuries
Don’t become complacent about the risk of a sharps injury, warns CSP professional adviser Carley King.
Comment: A little inspiration
Innovation is something many of us strive for but don’t always achieve. Lynn Eaton reveals more.
When seven is heaven: Funding and resources for seven-day services
Seven-day services must be properly funded and resourced, the CSP has warned the NHS pay review body.
Letters: 18 February 2015
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