East Kent trust rolls-out ‘I can’ scheme to help mobilise and empower patients
A physiotherapist has introduced a simple but effective scheme to help patients get up, get moving and regain their independence.
New CSP briefing shows physiotherapy and a community approach reduce falls
Physiotherapy should be provided, with other interventions such as community exercise groups, to all older people who have fallen or are at risk of falls.
Give your feedback to consultation on preventing ill health
The government wants to hear your views about its plans to help people live healthier, happier and longer lives.
New guide to improving local strength and balance programmes
The CSP has contributed to new guidance that aims to improve the quality of strength and balance exercise programmes for people in the community.
Prehab improves cancer outcomes, and physio is key to service delivery
Providing people with cancer with a personalised prehabilitation programme improves outcomes, raises their quality of life and reduces the risk of the disease progressing.
Research physio named AHP of the Year as physios triumph at awards
A physiotherapist was crowned AHP of the Year at last night’s Chief Allied Health Professions (AHP) Officer Awards, while other physiotherapy staff received prestigious awards too.
Regulatory reform consultation gets thumbs up from the CSP
CSP has welcomed the government’s response to a consultation on reforming regulation for physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals.
CSP members show their solidarity at London Pride
CSP members, staff, family and friends were among an estimated 1.5 million people who took part in the London Pride parade on 6 July.
CSP launches new toolkit and network to help members influence
CSP members can now access a free ‘influencing toolkit’ and a dedicated network to help them highlight their services and raise the profile of physiotherapy.
Revamped tool allows physios to issue independent advice about staff returning to work
Physiotherapists can now use an updated tool to advise employers about a person’s fitness for work – without having to refer them to a GP.