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NHS funding pressures mean physio services are under threat across the country.
Fit for practice
A physio is playing a central role in a multidisciplinary team with a remit to cut the number of frail older patients who are admitted to a Portsmo
Justice at work
CSP members can show they value trade union activity by supporting activists worldwide, says Alex MacKenzie.
Lymphoedema is a progressive, long-term condition where early intervention from physio staff and others is vital, as Jane Rankin explains.
Advice line: improving the rehabilitation of people after a hip fracture
The CSP needs your help on an exciting hip fracture audit, says Ruth ten Hove.
Caroline White and Katherine Jones write about the latest physiotherapy research
What winter crisis?
The NHS cuts aren’t just going to bite over the winter, says CSP’s chief exec Karen Middleton.
Cry for health
Diana Barran urges physio staff to play their part in tackling domestic abuse.
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Editor's comment: raise your profile
This issue of Frontline takes a look at how members need to keep their finger on the pulse when it comes to potential cuts to physio services.
3 minutes with Marcus Hunt
Working with a well-known international company has given physiotherapist Marcus Hunt plenty of scope to promote employee wellbeing.