Also in this issue
Robert Millett meets two physiotherapists who help to rehabilitate patients with TB in south London.
Prime movers: CSP members can help GPs cope with ever-rising demands
Rachel Newton explains how CSP members can help GPs cope with ever-rising demands.
Physical benefits: activities in schools
Sue Wilkinson, strategic lead at the Association for Physical Education, extols the benefits of offering physical activities in schools.
Removing the blocks: AHPs and healthcare delivery
Allied health professionals in England are poised to take a more central role in healthcare delivery, Gill Hitchcock heard at a King’s Fund event.
Advice line: the Physiotherapy Works programme
Kirsten Bradbury, assistant director of Physiotherapy Works, explains the objectives of the programme.
Your comments: 6 January 2016
Your comments on topics covered in the last two weeks.
Comment: Twelfth night blues
The holiday is over and twelfth night has been and gone. Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton looks forward to 2016.
Clinical Update: Parkinson’s
Bhanu Ramaswamy and Anna Jones sum up the latest guidance on an increasingly common condition.
Physio findings: the latest research and journal articles
In our regular round up Janet Wright and Michelle Harms look at back pain and rehabilitation.
In review: featured books and websites
Overcoming Chronic Fatigue in Young People: A cognitive-behavioural self-help guide and Mindfulness for Carers: How to manage the demands of caregi
3 minutes with Vicky Kershaw
Vicky Kershaw is a community domiciliary physiotherapist in Surrey who enhances the lives of people with dementia through her innovative approach.