Also in this issue
2016: the year in review
A look back at the year and our 2016 review which we have put together for your information.
Physio findings: Parkinson’s dancers step out safely
In our regular round up of research Janet Wright looks at evidence for people with Parkinson’s, who can improve many of their symptoms by dancing,
Alex Massey says patients with neurological problems need better care pathways in primary care settings.
The loving touch: tackling taboos around disabled people and sex
Tom Shakespeare argues that physio staff can help tackle the taboos that still surround disabled people and sex.
Advice Line: getting physios into GP surgeries
Ruth ten Hove on a CSP bid to get more physios into GP surgeries.
Clinical update: low back pain and sciatica
Neil O’Connell examines the clinical guideline on low back pain and sciatica, which was recently updated by NICE
Editor's comment: new avenues
As we come to the end of another year, what better way to celebrate than by taking a look at the role of physios working with the Royal Ballet?
Your comments: 7 December 2016
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Tipping point: stress in NHS staff
At a time when the NHS is under severe financial pressure, it’s no wonder that stress levels of hardworking frontline staff have increased.
Time to say sorry
Karen Middleton, the CSP’s CEO, looks back on some of the lessons she’s learnt from 2016.
3 minutes with Sebastien Baugh
Working as a physio in a relatively deprived part of London and at the CSP fuelled Sebastien Baugh’s ambitions to make his mark in his chosen field