Also in this issue
Physio entrepreneurs: the business end
Instead of working for an employer, some physiotherapists strike out on their own, setting up private clinics and services.
Clinical update: spasticity and botulinum toxin
Stephen Ashford outlines an update to guidelines on managing spasticity in adults, using BoNT.
3 minutes: Carey McClellan
Carey McClellan talks about dividing his week between practising as an extended scope practitioner in emergency care and directing his tech company
Research findings: dealing with a stroke
Repetitive task training may help after a stroke but the jury is out on how long it should be done for.
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Adviceline: record-keeping guidance
Priya Dasoju, CSP professional adviser, explains the importance of good record-keeping for litigation purposes.
Vision of a modern workforce
CSP’s Love Activity, Hate Exercise? campaign is particularly important for one group, says Ruth Owens.
What we got from Sweden … other than Abba
Nottingham’s physios turned to Sweden when bidding for a first contact MSK service.