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Tuesday 16th July 2019

Rehabilitation Articles


CQC publish report over concerns in rehab units

30th November 2017

According to a report published by the CQC nearly three-quarters of private rehab clinics are failing to hit regulatory standards of care.

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Tai chi benefits patients with lung disease

14th August 2012

The slow-moving Chinese martial art produces improvements in muscle strength, balance, endurance and quality of life in COPD patients.

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Do we need more rehab centres for teens?

4th August 2011

After the death of Amy Winehouse her father says one of his main concerns is lack of publicly funded rehab centres for teenagers.

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Transforming Community Services: Ambition, Action, Achievement - Transforming Rehabilitation Services

10th February 2011

These guides are for use by frontline clinicians, commissioners and providers and are based around a framework of ambition, action and achievement.

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Maggots trial, patients wanted

9th July 2009

Two hundred patients sought for trial looking at how efficient maggots are at cleanind wounds.

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'Trick' treatment helps stroke patients

27th August 2008

A new physiotherapy treatment which "tricks" patients could help them to recover from strokes.

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Over 60 and binge drinking

28th March 2008

Increasing numbers of older people are binge drinking.

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Exercise eases arthritis pain

22nd January 2008

A US study says exercise programmes can ease pain and fatigue in older patients.

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Stroke services for improvement

26th June 2007

The Department of Health is reviewing stroke services

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Better stroke care needed

6th April 2006

Healthcare Commission calls for improvement in community stroke services

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