What Does It Mean To Be A Chartered Physiotherapist?

What Does It Mean To Be A Chartered Physiotherapist?   A Chartered Physiotherapist is someone who has done significant training to allow themselves to be registered under the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. For this you need an equivalent of a 3-4 year degree or a masters conversion from another under graduate degree.   In a […]

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Best Place For Physio And Massage With Move GB In Bristol

Best Place For Physio And Massage With MoveGB In Bristol Great News!! You can use your membership to subsidise our fees. Depending on what your plan is you get various reduced rates for massage. Check out “The Physio Crew” via the MOVE GB app. Join people who are taking advantage of improving their whole well […]

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Health Sheild Recognised Physiotherapist In Bristol

Health Sheild Recognised Physiotherapist In Bristol Finding a Health Sheild recognised physiotherapist in Bristol can be difficult. With so many employers recognising the importance of keeping their staff happy and healthy at work Health Sheild has become a popular option. We are a popular choice for physiotherapy for people using Health Sheild workplace cash plans. […]

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When Should I Consider Surgery For Shoulder Impingement Syndrome?

When Should I Consider Shoulder Surgery For Shoulder Impingement Syndrome ( Now known as Sub-acromial Pain Syndrome) ? Shoulder pain can be very debilitating and we can be tempted to turn to surgery to resolve pain. Sub-acromial decompression surgery has been controversial over the last few years with many people questioning whether its any more […]

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Working In A Stroke Rehabilitation Centre: 3 Major Things I Learned

Working In A Stroke Rehabilitation Centre: 3 Major Things I Learned Getting the right stroke rehabilitation early on is important. Over the last three days, I have been lucky enough to observe the Physiotherapists working as part of a multidisciplinary team (MDT) at the Stroke Rehab Centre in Chippenham. This was part of my observational […]

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