Northern Ireland funding welcome but big issues such as pay remain, says CSP
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in Northern Ireland has welcomed the announcement of an increase in funding for the Department of Health as part of the Northern Ireland Executive's 2016/17 budget.
Mid Essex cuts plan strongly opposed by public
Proposals in parts of Essex to cut physiotherapy services for people with common conditions like back and neck pain are overwhelmingly opposed by people in the county, new polling reveals.
CSP responds to the spending review
Additional NHS funding is welcome, but support is needed to expand services such as falls prevention and physiotherapy in GP surgeries.
CSP responds to latest NHS performance figures
Investing in community services is the only way to reduce delayed discharges and get people home quicker, says CSP
CSP responds to learning disabilities announcement
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has welcomed 'long overdue' plans to move more services for people with learning disabilities out of hospital and into the community.
Workplace health status quo must not continue, says CSP
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has backed calls from NHS England's chief executive, Simon Stevens, for the government to support employers who deliver workplace health initiatives.
Too young to fall? People’s chances of falling much higher than they think
People in all age groups are under-estimating their risk of falling, a new survey has found.
CSP welcomes new plan for a healthier NHS workforce
CSP chief executive Karen Middleton has responded to today's speech from Simon Stevens.
Invest now to meet future demand, physios warn
The UK will need another 4,200 physiotherapists by 2020 if it is to keep track with rising demand, new workforce modelling shows.
Players’ safety must come first in professional sport, says CSP
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has responded to criticism of health professionals at Chelsea Football Club by stressing that player safety should always come first.