NICE says good communication is key to better cerebral palsy care
Physiotherapists managing abnormal muscle tone in adults with cerebral palsy should discuss treatments for spasticity or dystonia with their patients, says the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
CSP welcomes consultation to tackle obesity in Wales
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has launched a consultation on the Welsh government’s first ever obesity strategy.
NHS Long term plan for England - reaction from the physiotherapy profession
Across a range of conditions, and in a range of settings, physiotherapy and rehabilitation are highlighted within the NHS Long Term Plan for England.
NHS England Long Term Plan - reaction and analysis
Following the launch of NHS England's Long Term Plan on 7 January 2019, the CSP will be posting updates as we take an in-depth look at what the plan means for the profession and patients.
NHS plan for England – details for the physiotherapy profession
The NHS Long Term Plan, published on 7 January, is a major breakthrough for physiotherapy in England, says the CSP.
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.
Strong endorsement for physiotherapy in NHS plan for England
Physiotherapy features throughout the new NHS long-term plan for England published today.
CSP welcomes full approval of the physiotherapist degree apprenticeship
The physiotherapist degree apprenticeship has now been fully approved for delivery in England by the Institute for Apprenticeships.
Physiotherapy to be offered to new mothers
Improved access to physiotherapy for new mothers is included in a package of measures on maternity care just announced by the government.
Immigration visa cap could damage physio workforce
Government plans for a £30,000 earnings threshold on visa applications must be opposed, says CSP