Motor neurone disease
NICE standards for motor neurone disease can help physios plan better care
New quality standards for the treatment of motor neurone disease could give physios evidence to support service development, according to respiratory physio Ema Swingwood.
Motor neurone disease: a patient-centred approach
People with motor neurone disease can benefit enormously from physio input, says Nicola White.
Physios are key to multidisciplinary approach to motor neurone disease, says NICE
People with motor neurone disease (MND) should receive specialist care from a clinic-based multidisciplinary team that includes physiotherapists.
3 minutes with Anita Sinclair
Motor neurone disease specialist Anita Sinclair is making waves here and overseas.
Peers recognise role of AHPs
A debate in the House of Lords has highlighted the role allied health professionals play in caring for people with long-term neurological condition
Nasal inspiratory pressure as an indirect measurement of respiratory muscle strength measured during SNIP and Psn methods in healthy subjects and subjects with motor neurone disease
Laura Goldie, Newcomer of the Year in the CSP 2009 Awards, has inspired patients and set up a new service in her first year in practice.
And so to bed
Matthew Limb discovers how physiotherapists are moving into a new area with notable success.
Focus on physio role in MND
A new national tool is expected to increase recognition of the role physiotherapists play in supporting people with motor neurone disease.
A seven-day physiotherapy service on the south coast, which has seen huge reductions in emergency call-outs, has won an award for improving access.