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Women leaders: Meet 38 of SA’s most impressive business minds

February 2024 

From concert pianists-turned regional farming moguls to fashion trailblazers, dentists, health service providers and vets, some of South Australia’s most impressive businesswomen are leading the charge across the state’s industries.

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Physiotherapist returns to his small hometown and gives back to his community

January 2024

With a population of only 1,500 people, the town of Bingara in NSW has been desperate for another physiotherapist practising within their community. With only one physiotherapist, wait times have been long for residents. Thankfully, a new physiotherapist has joined the ranks.

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Vanessa Wagner and ACON launch fitness class for older folk

December 2023

Drag queen Vanessa Wagner and ACON, NSW’s leading LGBTQ health organisation, have launched an accessible online fitness class for older LGBTQ+ people.

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Navigating the Job Market: Tips for New Physiotherapy Graduates

September 2023

Navigating the job market as a new physiotherapy graduate can be a daunting experience. Fresh out of university, you're armed with theoretical knowledge and some practical skills, yet the real world of employment brings its own unique set of challenges.

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Celebrating the aged care ‘superheroes’

August 2023

For the fifth year, Australia’s aged care sector celebrated its workforce on Aged Care Employee Day held on 7 August ever year.

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Women speak out about birth trauma and poor pelvic health care in public system

August 2023

Few moments are as momentous as the birth of a child. But while many women expect big changes in their life, few expect to leak when they exercise or for their pelvic organs to drop into their vagina when they cough.  

The APA joins Climate and Health Alliance in pursuit of better health for future generations

The APA joins Climate and Health Alliance in pursuit of better health for future generations

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) has joined the Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA), in pursuit of sustainable healthcare for future generations of physiotherapists and patients.

APA National President Scott Willis said that the APA supports CAHA’s vision and looks forward to working with others in the health sector to achieve climate action and sustainable healthcare.

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Talk ‘With Your Physio’ to help treat chronic health conditions

The Australian Physiotherapy Association’s (APA) ‘With Your Physio’ campaign is designed to inform the more than 11 million Australians who live with chronic health conditions on a daily basis, the important role physiotherapy can play in improving and managing their health journey.

Landmark report confirms economic value of physiotherapy

Landmark report confirms economic value of physiotherapy

A landmark report released by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) provides irrefutable evidence of the cost effectiveness and enhanced quality of life delivered by physiotherapy interventions.

The Value of Physiotherapy report launched today by Olympic athlete Jessica Trengove, delivers a comprehensive, independent analysis undertaken by the NOUS Group that demonstrates the economic benefits that physiotherapy provides to patients and the Australian healthcare system.