Physiotherapist commended for MS exercise videos
A series of short films aimed at encouraging people with multiple sclerosis (MS) to exercise, and which were developed by MS physiotherapist Rachel Flinn, have received an accolade at the annual patient information awards of the British Medical Association (BMA).
Being active with MS
Regular, moderate exercise is an important part of maintaining good health and wellbeing for people with MS.
Reliability, validity, and responsiveness of the Balance Evaluation Systems Test (BESTest) in individuals with multiple sclerosis
Physio student wins gold, silver and bronze at World Para Athletics Championships
A physiotherapy student achieved a triple medal win for Britain at the World Para Athletics Championships in London on 14-23 July.
Workshop will help physios apply to £300k MS research fund
The CSP is hosting a workshop for members to meet, share ideas and discuss possible collaborations for research into better care for multiple sclerosis (MS).
Respiratory training improved ventilatory function and respiratory muscle strength in patients with multiple sclerosis and lateral amyotrophic sclerosis: systematic review and meta-analysis
Exercise before lung surgery, MS rehab, falls fear
In our regular round-up of research, Janet Wright looks at how exercise before lung surgery improves quality of life, and how robots lend a hand wi
Physio fights for quality standard on exercise for MS
A physiotherapist ensured that guidance about physical activity was included in new National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) quality standards for multiple sclerosis (MS).
MS physio gets surprise award
Physio Wendy Hendrie was on the judging panel at an awards ceremony recognising the quality of multiple sclerosis care, so she was delighted to find she was also among the winners.
Leading lights: physiotherapy's unique contribution to managing MS
Physio Imogen Scott Plummer says physio staff can take a leadership role in the MS field.