CSP issues urgent update on the use of PRP injections
CSP is instructing all physiotherapists to stop providing platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy to patients, with immediate effect, after its classification as a medicinal product.
World Physiotherapy marks outstanding contributions to the profession
Three CSP Fellows have won a range of honours for making an outstanding contribution to the profession at an international level.
TUC Black Workers conference: health inequalities and microaggressions highlighted by CSP
The CSP raised critical issues of health inequalities and microaggressions at the recent TUC Black Workers conference.
Joint call on prime minister to unblock NHS workforce plan
40 health charities, professional bodies, unions and the NHS Confederation have today joined forces to urge the prime minister to publish a funded workforce plan for healthcare in England.
NHS supply chain announce decision on AHP uniform for England
Members may recall CSP has been representing the profession in discussions with NHS supply chain who want to introduce a single uniform for all AHP professions in England.
Government 'backsliding' on rehab space promises, says CSP
The CSP has accused the UK government of backsliding on its commitments around the restoration of rehab space lost during the pandemic.
Minister sees vital work of allied health professionals in action
The valuable work of allied health professionals has been seen first-hand today by minister for social care, mental wellbeing and sport in the Scottish government, Maree Todd.
Workforce needs highlighted as primary care staffing targets met in England
A primary care staffing target being hit in England is welcome but can not be at the expense of workforce needs elsewhere in the system, the CSP has said.
Members in Wales accept NHS pay offer
CSP members working in the NHS in Wales have voted clearly to accept the Welsh government's offer on pay.
Rehab ‘as essential as medicines and surgery’ says health minister
Rehabilitation is as essential to good health outcomes as medicines and surgery, says health minister Will Quince.