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NICE outlines how organisations can help people be more active
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has detailed how local authorities, schools and workplaces can encourage physical acti
Power-assisted rehab: a powerful combination
Enabling people with long-term conditions to be more active. Robert Millett reports
New public health strategy urges AHPs to raise their profile
Over the next five years, physiotherapists and other AHPs (Allied Health Professionals) need to develop their skills, demonstrate their impact and raise their profile as public health experts.
Dementia friendly: exercise as a lifeline
How was a physio able to help Tracey Shorthouse continue to live a full and active life when she was diagnosed with dementia at just 45?
Living well with multiple conditions
Ruth ten Hove, who represents physiotherapy on the Expert Advisory Group to the Taskforce on Multiple Conditions, shares some insight and evidence
Love activity: pushing the boat out for patients
You might not think sailing would be open to all, but physio Elizabeth Gradwell shows how it can enable people with long-term conditions or disabil
Summer’s activity campaign
Sara Hazzard provides an early glimpse of this summer’s activity campaign
A review of 2018
Highlights of an eventful 12 months in the physiotherapy calendar
Editor's comment: fast food and slow people
We are not doing anything like enough exercise.