Neuro physio helps disabled man achieve world record on Everest
Neuro physio Andrea Shipley is on a high after helping her patient Max Stainton, who has cerebral palsy, to become the first person with his physical challenges to reach Everest base camp on horseback.
Health minister gets the rehab matters message
Health minister Steve Brine saw rehabilitation in action during a visit to a specialist private neuro practice in his Winchester constituency.
Risk assessment is key to osteoporosis care, says NICE
Updated guidance sets out priorities for better management of osteoporosis in adults, including assessing risks and preventing bone fragility fractures.
New ACPIN president calls for neuro physiotherapists to gain greater recognition
Physiotherapists have never had so much power to change the lives of people with neurological conditions, but they also need to be in a position to influence policy.
ACPIN conference: Carers key to successful constraint therapy
Constraint induced movement therapy for brain-injured patients is enhanced by the close involvement of carers, and the use of home diaries to record progress.
Physios are offered a last chance to apply for neuro rehab workshop in Brazil
Post-doctoral physiotherapists working in neuro rehabilitation are invited to apply by 8 January to participate in a fully-funded three-day workshop in Brazil, taking place in March 2016.
Your chance to influence scope of NICE guideline
NICE is developing a clinical guideline on Neurological Problems.
London’s largest neuro rehab centre officially opens
London’s largest specialist neuro-rehabilitation centre officially opened last month for patients with a range of complex needs.
Viewpoint - Continuity call
Physiotherapist Kathy Weston sheds light on the rare and little-known condition of progressive supranuclear palsy.
Professional network trials web conferencing in Wales
Physiotherapists in Wales are benefiting from a new way of attending meetings and lectures.