‘Red flag’ health warning cards available in 28 languages
Quick reference diagnostic cards to help physiotherapists and their patients identify serious ‘red flag’ conditions have been translated into 28 languages at a Cambridgeshire trust.
CSP welcomes framework to support first contact MSK physiotherapists
Guidance to ensure that physiotherapists providing first contact services for people with musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions are properly equipped, was published on 30 July.
Competition offers physios £100,000 for bright ideas to benefit MSK patients
Physiotherapists can enter an NHS-backed business competition that is seeking ideas for products and services to help people with musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders.
TV show highlights physio role in beating chronic low back pain
On Wednesday evening, Channel 4’s health magazine programme Live Well For Longer will compare and contrast how osteopathy, physiotherapy or yoga can help alleviate chronic low back pain.
Pulmonary rehab accreditation scheme is a ‘real opportunity’ for physios
The national accreditation scheme for pulmonary rehabilitation, launched on 9 July, will enable physiotherapists to raise the profile of their services, said the newly-appointed clinical lead for the scheme.
Major sports stadium is venue for Love activity, Hate exercise? campaign messages
All eyes were on the CSP’s Love activity, Hate exercise? campaign as fans gathered for a professional rugby league match.
Sidekicks needed to support ‘superheroes’ at disability sports event
Physiotherapy staff still have time to volunteer as ‘superhero sidekicks’ at a unique sports event, where people with disabilities compete alongside Paralympians.
Restricted access to CSP website in the week of 30 July
There will be some disruption to the CSP website for the week commencing 30 July, while we prepare for our new site to go live.
Scottish digital network wins team of the year award
The Scottish National Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals Digital Network scooped the team of the year award at the Digital Health Awards 2018.
First contact physiotherapist takes flight with @NHS Twitter feed
Physiotherapist Amanda Hensman-Crook said that a wide range of health professionals engaged with her throughout her week in control of the @NHS Twitter account.