AACP 2018: Acupressure is not ‘diluted’ acupuncture, says CSP fellow
Acupressure is not a diluted version of acupuncture, as some people mistakenly believe, and has the advantage of providing non-invasive treatment.
3 minutes: Julie Latchem-Hastings following the golden thread
For her PhD, Julie Latchem-Hastings explored how the future of people with severe brain injury is affected by rehab and the role of family and frie
Alex Massey says patients with neurological problems need better care pathways in primary care settings.
A welcome in the hillside
Staff at an impressive mansion in East Lothian provide much-needed therapy for people with neurological conditions, as Graham Clews discovered.
GPs need guidance to speed referrals to neuro physiotherapy, says charity report
GPs need guidance and further training to help them assess people with neurological conditions and make effective referrals to services such as neuro physiotherapy.
Neurological care: treating patients with brain injuries
Robert Millett meets a physiotherapist who is part of a team that treats people with ‘locked in’ syndrome and severe brain injuries.
NHS England must reduce variations in neuro services, says government
People with neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s, motor neurone disease and epilepsy, are not receiving consistent services.
3 minutes with ... Clare Hughes
As a lone physiotherapist at a specialist home run by the charity SeeAbility, Clare Hughes faces particula
Funding not enough
A funding boost for neuro-physiotherapy services in Northern Ireland has fallen short of expectations.
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