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Private physiotherapy practice – the essentials

We bring you a selection of useful on-line resources...

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Our selection of online resources

Co-written by Physio First and the CSP, this e-resource is an essential guide to private physiotherapy practice.

It provides everything you need to know about setting up your own business or becoming a self-employed associate, and what you’ll need to consider to ensure you make a success of working as a private physiotherapist.

Brown skin tone kinesiology tape 

SPORTTAPE has become the first company in the UK to offer brown and dark brown kinesiology tape, as part of its “Nude K Tape” range, for therapists, athletes and performers who are seeking a different tone to the standard beige colour. 

Psychologically informed practice – free webinar  

The Physiotherapy Pain Association (PPA) and the Health Innovation Network are hosting a free webinar on 17 June, titled Psychologically Informed Practice for Health Professionals

The one hour webinar will provide an introduction to Psychologically Informed Collaborative Conversations (PIC-C), an innovative and evidence-based training and supervision package for physiotherapists and other health professionals who work with patients presenting with pain.

A panel of pain experts will also explain how a psychologically informed approach in patient consultations can lead to better conversations, patient experience and outcomes. Register 

Remote constraint-induced movement therapy 

An international team of therapists have collaborated during the pandemic, to produce a free online resource that aims to support the delivery of remote constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT).

The resources can also be used to support in person intervention, or a mix of the two.

Freedom to speak up  

Health Education England have added a new session to their Freedom to Speak Up in the Health Sector e-learning programme.

The online training helps learners understand the vital role they can play and the support available to encourage a healthy speaking up culture, to protect patient safety and enhance workers experience. 

If you come across resources and tools you would like to share with other clinicians please send them to frontline@csp.org.uk

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