Anne Robson: still mobilising the troops at 107
If ever there was a poster girl for the CSP’s message ‘it’s never too late’, it’s 107-year-old Anne Robson.
Physiotherapists are key to long term public health improvements
The CSP has called for a ‘truly integrated strategic approach to public health’ that will tackle ‘the root causes of poor health and health inequal
Scotland bids for active nation
Former Miss Scotland Katharine Brown took employees at BAE Systems shipyard in Glasgow through exercise routines at work to show how easily activ
School sports is big issue
Cuts to funding for school sports could risk undermining efforts to combat obesity, the CSP has warned.
Its the economy, champions
The economic argument for physical activity was the take-home message of the inaugural Move for Health champions conference, held in London last m
Beach games for Bournemouth physios
Physiotherapists from the Royal Bournemouth and Poole hospitals took to the beach for an evening of sporting activities aimed at encouraging depart
Fitness partnership stepped up
The CSP and the Fitness Industry Association have agreed a timetable to improve ways of working together.
Changes to Change for Life
The CSP has called for a long-term approach to secure improvements in public health as the government proposes changes to the funding for the £75mi
Olympic challenge to get staff on the move
With the London Olympic Games fast approaching, Olympic medallists are lining up alongside health experts to encourage NHS staff to get active in t
On the move again
A focus of the CSP's Move for Health campaign is the role of physiotherapy in keeping people in work.