Sleep may be linked with falls risk
Caroline White and Michele Harms on the latest physio research
Obese children need access to weight loss services, says report
The government should commission an independent evaluation of the effectiveness of the sugar levy, according to a major report on child health.
CSP chief criticises inadequate obesity strategy
CSP chief executive Karen Middleton has accused the government of launching a childhood obesity strategy that is inadequate and insufficient.
AHP conference 2016: Simon Stevens urges AHPs to ensure £450m to improve workplace health is used
The head of NHS England has urged allied health profession (AHP) leaders to ‘bang on the doors of finance directors’ and tell them to take up the £450 million on offer to improve the health of NHS staff.
Budget 2016: sugar tax, £150m for prosthetics but no more money for the NHS
George Osborne’s latest budget left NHS spending unchanged – despite the pressures facing services due to growing patient demand, falling resources and staff shortages.
Physio findings: sling and exercise work as well as surgery for shoulders
Janet Wright looks at newly published studies.
CSP backs drive to combat childhood obesity
The CSP is backing a campaign aiming to raise awareness of the dangers of childhood obesity.
Making it count
Physio staff are being urged to promote healthy lifestyles whenever they see patients. Gwyn Owen examines the implications
Fit for the future: how healthy and active are our children? (report)
Childhood obesity is rarely out of the headlines these days, Jennifer Trueland looks at physiotherapists role in tackling the growing health probl