Clinical update: female genital mutilation
Gill Brook explains the role of physiotherapists in treating the effects of FGM, an illegal practice that has drastic, lifelong implications for wo
Invest in physiotherapy to improve outcomes and cut costs, says national health research review
Commissioners could cut healthcare costs and improve patient outcomes by investing more in physiotherapy services for musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions.
Research findings: dealing with a stroke
Repetitive task training may help after a stroke but the jury is out on how long it should be done for.
WFH2018 Congress: global event offers inspiration
Jennifer Trueland reports from the World Haemophilia Congress in Glasgow last month, where physiotherapy was prominent.
NIHR Signal: Exercise therapy may still improve balance when started a long time after a stroke
In the first of our regular series from the National Institute for Health Research, we look at stroke.
CPD Practice: your physiotherapy career (part 6)
Continuing our series on career development, CSP professional adviser Nina Paterson looks at opportunities for support workers in the first of two
Physio findings: research highlights gaps in knowledge of effectiveness of back pain techniques
Caroline White and Lynn Eaton on the latest physio research findings.
NIHR sets five strategic goals for AHPs to blaze a trail in research
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has published five strategic goals for allied health professionals to ‘blaze a trail’ in research.
Who wants to talk about sex?
Su Yin Yap says every healthcare professional should be ready to discuss sexual health issues.
Research Findings: helping you get to the heart of what really matters
Frontline has joined forces with a major research centre to bring you the best of physio-related research. Peter Davidson, director of the National