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Neurological care: treating patients with brain injuries
Robert Millett meets a physiotherapist who is part of a team that treats people with ‘locked in’ syndrome and severe brain injuries.
Physiotherapy in cancer care
Specialist physiotherapist Clare Lait will feature in a forthcoming media campaign on cancer care. Louise Hunt reports.
In review: featured books and video apps
In review looks at our featured book titled 'Grieve’s Modern Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy' and the Person-Centred Dementia Care, 2nd edition, as w
3 minutes: Elaine Miller
Tackling the taboo topic of incontinence, physio and standup Elaine Miller explains how belly laughs and CPD help people to absorb information on t
CPD: Returning to practice: Part 1
In the first of a two-part series on returning to practice, Gwyn Owen unpicks what’s involved in getting back on to the HCPC register.
Physio findings: the latest physio research
Physio findings looks at research around therapies for cerebral palsy, therapy that targets depression and diabetes and specialist exercise which t
Adviceline: avoiding litigation
With a degree in healthcare law, Pip White offers some pointers on avoiding litigation:
Equal access for all: working with people with learning disabilities
Jenny Tinkler launches a guide aiming to help people with learning disabilities obtain access to mainstream services.
Fast and furious: a tribute to Susie Jones
London Marathon volunteer Marcel Bancroft pays tribute to Susie Jones, the event’s former physiotherapy lead, and to her other colleagues at the an
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Editor's comment: learning bid
Issues relating to people with learning disabilities rarely grab the headlines or gain much prominence in the healthcare field.