Major sports stadium is venue for Love activity, Hate exercise? campaign messages
All eyes were on the CSP’s Love activity, Hate exercise? campaign as fans gathered for a professional rugby league match.
Sidekicks needed to support ‘superheroes’ at disability sports event
Physiotherapy staff still have time to volunteer as ‘superhero sidekicks’ at a unique sports event, where people with disabilities compete alongside Paralympians.
Physio uses non-invasive technology to research concussion in rugby players
A physiotherapist has been collaborating with researchers from the University of North Carolina in the USA, to investigate concussion and brain health in rugby players.
Physio students support ‘superheroes’ with disabilities at Winter Wonderwheels
A senior physiotherapy lecturer and more than 30 students volunteered as ‘superhero sidekicks’ at the UK’s first Winter Wonderwheels sporting event.
When Lions roar - Frontline meets the physiotherapists behind the warriors in red
Experience is the name of the game for the medical team supporting the British and Irish Lions’ rugby tour of New Zealand this month.
Yorkshire physios launch sports day for disabled children
Physiotherapists in south Yorkshire held a ‘taster day’ to give disabled children a chance to try out a range of inclusive sports.
Profession gets a boost as sports physio takes key Rio Olympic Games role
In less than five months, Team GB will be trying to repeat its record-breaking medal performance from London 2012 at the next Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Physio helps England physical disability cricket team become world champions
A physiotherapist from Cardiff helped England players make history by becoming the first world champions in physical disability cricket.
Physios cross the globe for youth games
Four physios will travel almost 10,000 miles to work with some of the UK’s brightest young athletes at next month’s Commonwealth Youth Games.
Considering how athletic identity assists adjustment to spinal cord injury: a qualitative study