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3 minutes with Margot Streatfield
Margot Streatfield is one of a number of support workers in Leeds who have grasped opportunities to develop their role and display leadership skill
Physio findings: exercise pain doesn’t equal tissue damage
Caroline White and Katherine Jones report on the lastest physio research findings.
Under the radar
While thoracic outlet syndrome is diagnosed and treated routinely in the US, we in the UK are lagging behind, physiotherapist Rob Patterson tells L
Data protection: access denied
Cases of staff breaching patient confidentiality by accessing their records appear to be rising.
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Older People’s Day: not just for 1 October
Lyn Ankcorn describes how she set up an event at her local GP practice that spread the word about the value of physiotherapy in primary care settin
Editor's comment: don't forget your toothbrush
Summer’s here, says managing editor Lynn Eaton, and – for those of you lucky enough to be taking a holiday in the coming weeks – it’s a chance to u
Advice Line: the history of Pride UK
Ian Scrase was enthused by taking part in a recent Pride parade.
Don’t fall for fraud
Physiotherapists can get caught up in insurance scams. Colin Jemide describes how to spot the fraudsters.
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