Second set of CSP Covid-19 rehab standards launched
The CSP has launched a second set of its Covid-19 rehab standards, specifically to guide physiotherapy professionals providing palliative care.
Physios’ postnatal running guidance recognised and aligned with government advice
An infographic based on the guidance for postnatal return to running produced by three physiotherapists has been aligned with the Chief Medical Officer’s (CMO) physical activity guidelines.
Technology for people who have suffered a stroke gets a research boost
Neurological physiotherapist and academic Rachel Stockley is the second physio in the UK to receive a prestigious national research fellowship.
CSP welcomes rehab framework for Wales
The CSP in Wales has welcomed the publication of the rehabilitation framework for continuity and recovery 2020 to 2021.
CSP welcomes first Covid-19 rehab centre, but calls for more investment in community rehab
A new specialist rehab centre, described by the CSP as a ‘vital link’ for patients who have left hospital but are still recovering from Covid-19, has opened today.
Physiotherapy in the news - Covid-19 rehab and lockdown coverage
After the emergence of Covid-19 in the UK, the media spotlight has regularly shone on the work of physiotherapists.
New Frontline on its way
Look out for the June issue of Frontline, which will be landing on doorsteps next week.
Physio-led research paper on lung ultrasound for Covid-19 gains worldwide attention
Three physiotherapists have co-authored a ground-breaking research paper that highlights the use and benefits of using ultrasound imaging in the management of Covid-19 patients.
Value care and mark half a century of equal pay
The CSP affiliates, The Fawcett Society, are this week highlighting low pay in the care sector and how it impacts women.
Take part in the NHS Change Challenge
NHS England and Improvement is inviting physiotherapy workers to join other healthcare professionals in sharing the innovative ways they have been working during the Covid-19 pandemic, so that they can explore which of the positive and beneficial changes should continue.