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Face to face care crucial for those who need it

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) has raised concerns with the Victorian Government about the impact of the ongoing restrictions which severely limit access to physiotherapy ca

  • Jul 30 2021

August is Tradies National Health Month

The well-being of the nation’s tradies is vital to our economy, the community and their own families, so keeping them healthy, mobile and pain free is the priority of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) initiative Tradies National Health Month.

Urgent business assistance a vital lifeline for Victorian private practice physios

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) urgently calls on the Victorian Government to enable access to financial relief for healthcare businesses forced to restrict service delivery

  • Mar 30 2021

Select Committee on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Inquiry

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

March 2021

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

  • Feb 24 2021

2021-22 Pre-Budget Submission

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

February 2021

Vital for physiotherapists to be included in priority vaccine rollout

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is calling on the federal government to ensure the inclusion of physiotherapists as frontline health workers in the priority list for COVID-19

Employers exposed to work-from-home injury claims, say lawyers

Ominously, early warning signs are already there, as physiotherapists are reporting more complaints of sore backs and necks due to poorly set up home offices.

Tradies leading the nation’s infrastructure & building recovery need to look after their most valuable asset – their health

Trade work across the construction and home building sectors has been relatively unscathed by the COVID-19 downturn compared to many other sectors.

  • May 11 2020

A step-by-step guide to ensuring your home office isn't injuring your body

Of those who have been fortunate enough to be able to work remotely during the pandemic, chances are your home was not quite prepared to become your full-time office. Whether you’re tapping away at that desk you panic-bought, you’re sitting at the kitchen table with the kids or you’re sneaking off to the couch, physiotherapist Luke Pickett says it’s important to consider how you are positioning your body.

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