Physiotherapy UK 2018: Exercise specificity is vital
Prescribed exercise must be specific to the individual patient and designed to produce a defined outcome, physiotherapy experts told the event
Physiotherapy UK 2018: Good physio is a balance of clinical practice and evidence
Physiotherapists must balance clinical practice and evidence the whole time in their practice, said Anne Marie Logan, advanced physiotherapy practitioner in headache at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Trust in London.
Vote for physiotherapist nominated for voluntary services impact award
Physiotherapist Penny O’Sullivan has been nominated for an award from NGO Voluntary Services Overseas International (VSO) for her work in setting up a therapy centre for people with neurological disabilities in India.
CSP Council shows solidarity with Red Card anti-racism campaign
CSP Council members attending the opening day of Physiotherapy UK in Birmingham today, wore something red to show their solidarity with Wear Red Day, the national campaign that wants to challenge racism.
Physiotherapy UK 2018: How the World Confederation for Physical Therapy is advancing the profession globally
Over 1,100 physiotherapy staff attended the WCPT chief executive Jonathon Kruger’s opening session where he detailed the confederation’s role in enhancing standards of physiotherapy education and provision across the world.
Physiotherapy UK 2018: Physios should stop being modest about their valuable contribution to healthcare
As the number of older people increases, physiotherapists should proudly promote themselves – as they have a vital role to play in helping people age well and stay well.
Competitors at sporting event for injured military will be assessed by physiotherapists
CSP members will play a key role in an international sporting event in Australia for injured armed forces personnel.
Virtual pulmonary rehabilitation service beats staff shortages and delights patients
Hywel Dda University Health Board’s virtual pulmonary rehabilitation service caught the eye of judges at this year’s NHS Wales awards.
Physios celebrate AHP day and highlight the value of their work
Physios across the UK teamed up with their colleagues to celebrate National AHP Day on 15 October.
Physio assistant scoops prize for implementing clinical guidelines
Emma Busby, physiotherapy assistant practitioner, won the award for the most impressive implementation of clinical guidelines at a conference co-hosted by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).