Queen honours work of five physiotherapists
Five CSP members received recognition in the Queen’s 2019 New Year’s Honours list, for services to physiotherapy, physiotherapy research, long-term conditions and voluntary service to sports.
In review: featured books and video and e-book
Our featured book titled 'Play in Healthcare for Adults' deal with the fundamentals of play and its importance in the political health agenda.
Cutting edge: the Institute of Sport and Exercise Health
Graham Clews meets Terassa Taylor-Kaveney, a physio holding a key position at the Institute of Sport and Exercise Health in London.
ACPSEM conference: Keynote speaker promotes self-management
Groundbreaking explorer Richard Parks told the conference that physios and other clinicians must encourage some autonomy in managing conditions among their patients.
ACPSEM conference: Aspects of screening young athletes considered
When screening children and young athletes you must establish exactly why this is necessary – and not measure young people just for the sake of it, Amanda Johnson told delegates.
Research centre opens
The London branch of a £100m national centre of excellence for sport has been opened by Sir Clive Woodward, former England rugby coach and now dire
A passage to India
The physio heading up the team for the Commonwealth Games explains the hopes and challenges to Matthew Limb
An error in our feature Sporting chances (21 July) accidentally misrepresented Penny Broomheads work with British paralympic athletes.
Graham Clews talks to those looking for sporting talent among people with disabilities
Marathon effort to keep runners moving
Two thousand London Marathon runners were treated by 120 volunteer physiotherapists.