Category Archives: Physiotherapy

Reading Time: Fascinating Books for Sports Therapists and Their Clients 

Reading Time: Fascinating Books for Sports Therapists and Their Clients 

When you begin looking at sports and exercise physiology in a holistic way, you’ll quickly realise that you can never read too much. These four titles are fascinating reads for anyone in the sports therapy field as well as anyone with an interest.

Back to Running: Ways to Help Your Patients Get (Back) Into Running 

Back to Running: Ways to Help Your Patients Get (Back) Into Running 

Now that the country is opening up again and running events are restarting, lots of your patients might be leaping back into this popular sport. But injuries are common when people dive back into running too quickly or new runners take on too much. Here are some tips to help you support your patients back into running.

Get Involved in the Community at the Virtual Physiotherapy Conference 2021

Get Involved in the Community at the Virtual Physiotherapy Conference 2021

The CSP are running the Physiotherapy UK 2021 conference virtually again this year after the massive success of last year’s immersive online event. With amazing speakers, topical themes and lots of networking opportunities, November’s conference will be held in CSP’s incredible virtual world. Book your Early Bird tickets before the end of July to secure the best price.

Inspiring Your Dog-Owning Patients to Do More Exercise

Inspiring Your Dog-Owning Patients to Do More Exercise

Exercise and owning a dog sound like they go hand-in-hand but many people don’t realise just how good for your running about with your dog is. From playing fetch and frisbee to jogging, cycling and walking, creating a plan with your patients that involves their dog could be the cornerstone to increasing their movement and motivation.

5 Ways to Spring Clean Your Healthcare Practice 

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5 Ways to Spring Clean Your Healthcare Practice 

Spring cleaning is about sweeping up and clearing out but it’s also a great way of taking a good, hard look at your business. An annual spring clean can save you money on your bills and supplies, give you a solid path to follow throughout the year and even win you new clients.

New Guidance on Communicating Strength Training Benefits to Your Patients

New Guidance on Communicating Strength Training Benefits to Your Patients

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy have published a fascinating report looking at how best to communicate strength training to your patients. Whilst every physiotherapist understands the importance of strength training, they face numerous barriers to communicating the benefits to patients with long term conditions. This report not only holds vital findings and advice but reveals a project aimed at making this communication easier going forward.

3 Tips for Developing a Patient-First Clinic Website 

3 Tips for Developing a Patient-First Clinic Website 

There are numerous reasons why a prospective client might click away from your website and head to your competitor’s. But you can minimise that risk by creating a patient-first website that answers your audience’s questions clearly and honestly.

The Benefits of Using Massage Balls

The Benefits of Using Massage Balls

Shoulder knots and muscular tension are incredibly common, particularly during this time when we are doing less physical exercise. An increase in sitting and stress is also increasing tension, particularly around the shoulder and neck. How to solve it? Well, one way is to regularly use massage balls to work out those tender spots.