Physios aim to help Team GB boost winter Olympics medal haul
CSP members will play a key role in the Winter Olympics, which open in South Korea on 9 February.
Physio uses clinical knowledge to become Scotland bodybuilding champ
A physiotherapist won his first bodybuilding competition last month and will use his clinical skills to build on his success.
TT races: Ready, steady, go!
Physiotherapy staff on the Isle of Man are gearing up to deal with the mayhem of this year’s TT races, which start on 27 May.
Physio makes a splash at international waterskiing championships
A newly-qualified physio treated water skiers as old as 80 as an international water skiing competition came to the UK.
ACPSEM conference: Simple solutions to establish good movement skills spelt out
It is vital to establish a solid movement foundation in children, internationally renowned movement coach and physiotherapist Joanne Elphinston told the conference.
Physio leads four-woman crew in Pacific rowing challenge
Lead paralympic physio Laura Penhaul is in the middle of a gruelling six-month voyage from America to Australia.
Players’ safety must come first in professional sport, says CSP
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has responded to criticism of health professionals at Chelsea Football Club by stressing that player safety should always come first.
Physiotherapy and tennis injuries
From rotator cuff tears to patella tendopathy, physiotherapy helps with a host of common tennis injuries. Get the expert view below.On this page:Rotator cuff impingementRotator cuff tearLower back painWrist sprainCarpal tunnel syndromePatella tendonopathyMedial collateral ligament sprainCalf strainSprained ankleCramp
3 minutes with football physio Scott Gormley
Though Scott Gormley’s career in physiotherapy is still in its early stages, he has already established a firm foothold in football