Coronary heart disease
Psychosocial interventions can reduce anxiety for people with coronary heart disease
Physiotherapists, and other healthcare professionals, should consider psychosocial factors when they assess and treat people with cardiac arrhythmias.
Reproducibility and validity of the incremental shuttle walking test in patients following coronary artery bypass surgery
To mark Black History Month, we look at progress in delivering appropriate healthcare to minority groups.Graham Clews and Matthew Limb report
Innovations in public health
Health minister Lord Darzi endorsed MyAction as an example of a community-based scheme that is ideally designed to tackle the governments public h
Its a family affair
Involving partners in adopting healthy lifestyles works, says Louise Hunt.
The remains of the day
Physiotherapists are playing an increasing role in caring for people with a year or less to live. Louise Hunt talks to some of them
Cardiorespiratory strand promises much at Congress 2008
Cardiorespiratory physiotherapists can look forward to a Congress that shines a spotlight on their specialty as one of the four programme strands,
Physios are being left behind in the telecare revolution, Frontline has found.
Healing mind & body
For mental health action week 23-29 March, Louise Hunt highlights the work of physios in the field
Call for more cardiac rehab
The CSP is backing a national campaign to improve access to cardiac rehabilitation.