The Paralympics: reaching the pinnacle
Running until 18 September, the Paralympic Games in Rio are the ultimate sporting experience for athletes and physiotherapists alike, says Graham C
All systems go for ParalympicsGB physios despite fears for Games
Physiotherapists working with ParalympicsGB athletes in Rio de Janeiro have praised facilities for British athletes despite fears that funding problems and poor ticket sales may hit this month’s Paralympic Games.
CSP says make Paralympic athletes a priority, following budget cuts to Rio games
The CSP has expressed concern at ‘last minute’ changes to the venues, workforce and transport for athletes and their teams, at the Paralympics in Rio.
Physio leads four-woman crew in Pacific rowing challenge
Lead paralympic physio Laura Penhaul is in the middle of a gruelling six-month voyage from America to Australia.
Three minutes with Julie Cooper
Community physiotherapist Julie Cooper will be volunteering at the 2015 International Paralympic Committee Swimming World Championships, which take
Game changer: Introducing the Commonwealth Games disability physios
Jennifer Trueland meets the physiotherapists who will keep the disabled athletes at Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games in tip-top condition
Physios can make their mark on Paralympic sport
Physiotherapists who want to get involved in elite-level sport are being encouraged to volunteer as classifiers for the Paralympic sport of wheelch
Team physios offer GB Paralympians a ho me advantage
More than 30 physiotherapists were supporting the Paralympics GB team during the 2012 Paralympics, which got underway on 29 August.
Paralympic torch inspires disability sports
A physiotherapy-led exercise programme for people with disabilities was held in London’s Regent’s Park as the Paralympic flame passed by on its way
Paralympics physio looks to London and beyond
The physiotherapist who will work with the GB rowing team at the London Paralympic Games was in Beijing four years ago, working with the Team GB ab