The ninth Rugby World Cup begins on September 20th and is likely to result in an influx of new players once again. Because it is a physical sport and injuries are common, Mark Fletcher, former head physio of rugby Super League team the Bradford Bulls and Clinical Director at occupational physiotherapy provider Physio Med, has supplied advice and tips to help amateur players prepare for, play and recover from a game as safely as possible.Read more
The Accounts Assistant will be responsible to the Financial Controller, undertaking the account duties as outlined in responsibilities section to ensure the smooth running of the accounts department.Read more
Legal & General has today announced its partnership with occupational physiotherapy provider, Physio Med, to provide support for employees who are unable to work long-term due to musculoskeletal conditions.Read more
Postal workers could soon be celebrating the end of an uncomfortable era as a Conservative MP has tabled a motion to ban low-level letterboxes – the largest cause of sickness among posties in the UK.Read more
Common Skiing Injuries and How to Avoid Them
Winter is here and in the coming months an estimated 1.5 million Brits will head off on a skiing holiday. But, regardless of how experienced a skier you are, it is important to take precautions before hitting the slopes. Physiotherapy specialist Physio Med offers its advice and tips on how to prepare for a ski trip and return injury free.
Hours are to suit and are self employed.Read more
Wimbledon is the undisputed king of tennis tournaments, with 470,000 spectators attending the 2017 event, which was also broadcast to more than one billion viewers worldwide.Read more
Award-winning occupational physiotherapy provider Physio Med is inviting attendees at the Health and Wellbeing @ Work Conference to learn more about its innovative approach to occupational physiotherapy.Read more
No-one wants to suffer an injury, but it happens. However if, during their leisure time, an employee sustains an injury that prevents them from working, whose problem is it? Does the employer have any obligation to
help them recover from their injury and return to work?