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Injury and Performance
Resources for Physios

Access resources to support your practice

What is it?

This campaign is to put physiotherapists front of mind for people who are increasing their physical activity in January and want to prevent injury, recover from an injury or improve their performance.  Our message is that physios are experts in movement, balance, pain recovery and performance. The campaign is designed to educate the public and encourage them to see a physiotherapist as part of their journey.

Why Injury and Performance?

New Year is time when people set new fitness goals for themselves. The ISCP want to be part of the conversation where we are encouraging people to increase their movement in a safe way and arm them with the scientific support, they need to become fitter and healthier. The focus areas are on

  • Balance
  • Movement
  • Injury Prevention
  • Injury Recovery
  • Improving performance

Chartered physiotherapists are medically trained professionals who can help people improve their movement. The goal of physiotherapy is to resolve any injuries and help people perform to their optimum physical capacity.

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Chartered Physiotherapists have always had your back.

But did you know we can also help you get back to peak fitness and treat old injuries?

Whether you’re a beginner or an athlete, we can create an individual exercise plan designed to get you moving towards a 5k or a marathon.

Find out more at today.

How will it be promoted?

  • Radio

  • Public Relations

  • Podcast Adverts

  • Social Media Advertising

  • Social Media Posting

  • Google Adwords

Social Media Posts


Campaign Toolkit

If you are a physiotherapist and would like to support this campaign you can download the following resources from for the New Year Toolkit:

Facebook & Instagram Posts


Dedicated Website Page


Media Release




All of these are available for you to use in your practice, on your website and via your social media channels.


Sports Injury & Recovery



10 Ways to Minimise Running Injury



Post Race Recovery


Spreading the Word

If you are a physio you can share the message

Download the link to access the resources

Share the social posts on your own social media channels

Share the factsheets and website link with your patients

Display the poster and details in waiting rooms in your practice or hospital

Don’t forget to use the hashtags #AskthePhysio #NeuroPhysioHelps


Wearable sensors for monitoring the internal and external workload of the athlete
Technology in Strength and Conditioning Tracking Lower-Limb Exercises With Wearable Sensors
Blood flow restriction training and the high-performance athlete: science to application
Effects of Blood Flow Restriction Training on Aerobic Capacity and Performance: A Systematic Review
Low Energy Availability in Athletes: A Review of Prevalence, Dietary Patterns, Physiological Health, and Sports Performance
Effects of inter-limb asymmetries on physical and sports performance: a systematic review
Training Load and Player Monitoring in High-Level Football: Current Practice and Perceptions