Physios warn MPs about lack of physiotherapy for muscular dystrophies
Two physios have told MPs and commissioners that in many areas of the UK there is ‘a serious shortage’ of physiotherapy for people with muscle-wasting diseases.
Radar challenge: securing quality services for people with neuromuscular conditions
Better services for people with muscular dystrophy and related conditions are in the offing, as Chris Mahony reports.
Centre of excellence
The Cheshire-based Neuromuscular Centre has an enviable track record in treating and supporting people with muscular dystrophy and associated neuro
Physios in space
From a job in orbit to insights into everyday diseases, space could offer surprising opportunities, says Robert Millett
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy—a biopsychosocial approach
Neuro patients give physios the thumbs up
Although people with conditions such as motor neuron disease, muscular dystrophy and Parkinsons disease may benefit from exercise, it is not alway
MPs criticise rare conditions services
The way in which the NHS plans services for patients with rare conditions such as muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis has been criticised by
And so to bed
Matthew Limb discovers how physiotherapists are moving into a new area with notable success.
Primary Care 2006 delivered a sobering reminder its impossible to judge another persons quality of life.
Looking to the future of physiotherapy
Sea cucumbers, sleeping bears, stem cells and cybernetics will all impact on the future of physiotherapy.