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Is rugby in schools risky?
Should schoolchildren be playing 'full contact' rugby? No, says Chris Tuckett, senior physio at Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust.
Stirling success for physios in two Scottish GP practices
Physios working in two GP practices in central Scotland are having a significant impact. Ian A McMillan reports.
3 minutes: Pip White
As a physio who leads the CSP’s Professional Advice Service, Pip White thought she had heard it all.
Physio findings: evidence backs exercise for COPD
In our regular round up of research Janet Wright looks at the evidence for exercise for COPD and Michele Harms highlights the latest articles onlin
In person: how can the CSP help you?
CEO Karen Middleton outlines the help available for you from the CSP. But it’s up to you to use it!
Adviceline: consultation exercise on low back pain
Carley King explains the CSP’s role in channelling members’ comments into a recent consultation exercise on low back pain.
Improving access to physiotherapy
Tracey Loftis says that opening access to physiotherapy is one of Arthritis UK’s main priorities.
It's your call: how members help shape CSP policies
Rachel Newton gives some insights into how members help to shape the CSP’s policies – in this case, primary care.
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Editor's comment: opportunities and threats
It feels as if physiotherapy is on the cusp of something big.