Digitally-enabled physio: CSP helps create landmark guide
Digital skills should be part of the continuous professional development of all physiotherapy staff, says a landmark strategy developed with input from the CSP.
Solicitor highlights the importance of rehab in serious injury compensation
Lawyers who represent seriously injured people need to be aware of their rehabilitation needs, as well as their legal rights.
Physio enhances student placements and Welsh language
Community neuro physiotherapist Catrin Davies is the first winner of a new award, Best Welsh Mentor.
GPs get the message that physios are an answer to the primary care crisis
The crisis in GP recruitment presents a unique opportunity for physiotherapists to demonstrate their value in managing musculoskeletal problems instead of a doctor, says research published in the British Journal of General Practice.
Award-winning work puts patients in control
Shared decision-making between clinicians and patients is delivering significant improvements in musculoskeletal care at Sussex MSK Partnership. Physiotherapist Helen Patten shares the benefits
Physios develop first guidelines on postnatal running
Three physiotherapists have collaborated to create the first guidelines for physios and other healthcare and fitness professionals, about postnatal women returning to running.
Physio and OT mobility team save NHS Grampian £3 million
A physiotherapist and an occupational therapist have helped NHS Grampian save nearly £3 million, by providing patients with mobility assessments within A&E.
Inspirational physio student wins Welsh Woman of the Year award
A CSP member who is a motivational speaker, a model and a burns survivor has received the Welsh Woman of the Year award.
New resource will help members engage in productive job planning
Physiotherapists and physiotherapy support workers should receive adequate time, support and access to IT resources when they take part in job planning activities.
NICE puts physio at the forefront of incontinence and prolapse care
Women with stress urinary incontinence should receive supervised pelvic floor muscle training for at least three months as first-line treatment, says the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).