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New Clinical Care Standards arrive to help reduce birth trauma

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) has today welcomed the release of the new Clinical Care Standard for third and fourth degree perineal tears, which aims to reduce the risk of

Physios need to be part of the mental health solution to make ‘every door, the right door’ for patients

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) has made a subm

Landmark report confirms economic value of physiotherapy

A landmark report released by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) provides irrefutable evidence of the cost effectiveness a

Minister Pakula – stop ignoring Victoria’s physiotherapists

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) urgently calls on the Victorian Government to enable access to financial relief for healthcare businesses forced to shut down during the recen

  • Mar 16 2021

National Disability Insurance Scheme Consultations

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

February 2021

Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Australian Physiotherapy Association call for urgent physiotherapy access during COVID-19 lockdown events

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) are calling on state and territory governments to ensure the ongoing health resp

Budget must fund team-based care to deliver best health outcomes

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) has used its 2021-2022 pre-budget submission to urge the federal government to fund team-based, integrated care to ensure Australians get the

Parents urged to increase children’s activity levels and participation in sports to protect their mental health

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is urging parents and caregivers of children and adolescents returning to school next week to ensure they are keeping active and participating

Letting children take risks while playing is important for their physical and mental development

Parents have been urged to make sure their children get outdoors for plenty of active playtime and to let them take risks to help support their physical and cognitive development.

School is out for the year, time to get our kids engaged in more risky play for physical and cognitive development

After a year heavily impacted by the global pandemic, many Australian children have had their physical activity limited in some way.

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