Physios practise their Nordic pole walking for Older people’s day
Physios in South Wales were on their feet for Older people’s day to support a Nordic pole walking event in Cardiff.
UK’s first physiotherapy support workers’ diploma launches in Wales
Physio support workers in Wales will be given a chance to study for UK’s first support workers’ diploma launched on 1 October 2015. Its benefits include standardised training, skills development and accredited qualifications.
Unions call for pay body to recommend NHS staff's lost earnings are restored
The earnings of NHS staff lost through years of below-inflation pay rises should be restored, the CSP has demanded.
Physios launch a test on Older People’s Day to assess people’s risk of falling
As part of its initiatives to support this year’s Older People’s Day, the CSP has launched a Get up and go video aimed at helping identify people who are most at risk of falling.
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.
Call for physios to inspire ‘one-stop shop’ for best clinical care
The CSP wants members to contribute to the development of Inspire, a ‘one-stop shop’ for guidelines relevant to cardio-respiratory physiotherapy.
Physios support first Sporting Senior Games
Physiotherapists helped military veterans who took part in the UK’s first Sporting Senior Games, held in Glasgow on 19 September.
Physios and GPs could work more closely in Scotland’s new-look primary care
A redesign of primary care in Scotland will focus on multidisciplinary working between GPs and other health professionals, including physiotherapists.
Redcar physios make step-change in equipment design
Physiotherapists in north Yorkshire have teamed up with clinical engineers to design an innovative set of mock stairs.
Physio student funding review must safeguard entry to the profession and workforce supply, CSP chief tells ministers
Any changes to funding for physiotherapy education must safeguard workforce supply and entry to the profession, Karen Middleton says in letters to three government ministers