Physios make better medico-legal experts than GPs, says expert
Britain has one of the highest rates of whiplash in Europe and more physios could be employed to investigate injury claims and identify fraud.
Physio findings: the latest physio research
Physio findings looks at research around therapies for cerebral palsy, therapy that targets depression and diabetes and specialist exercise which t
Physio findings: mind and body unite to combat pain
Janet Wright looks at the latest research news and Michele Harms reports on Physiotherapy Journal findings.
Letters - 4 September 2013
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Whiplash report could signal role for physios
Physiotherapists could become accredited assessors for whiplash-related insurance claims, the CSP has suggested.
Physios ‘key’ in whiplash assessment
Physiotherapists should be seen as key experts in whiplash injury, a parliamentary inquiry has heard.
Physio findings - Physiotherapy journal
Physiotherapy editor Michele Harms summarises the latest journal papers and Janet Wright reports on other physio research news
Physios take expert role in whiplash consultation exercise
Physiotherapists are being recognised by the government as ‘medical experts’ who can assist in the current drive to clamp down on fraudulent and ex
Physio-findings - Orthopaedic
In our regular column on research that’s relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings
Whiplash treatment comes under scrutiny
A study published in The Lancet finds that giving acute whiplash patients a series of physiotherapy sessions offers little benefit over conventiona