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The National Osteoarthritis (OA) Strategy was unveiled at the OA Summit in Canberra today, with the aim of combatting the soaring rates of OA in Australia and providing cost effective, evidence-based solutions for the more than 2.2 million Australians living with the debilitating condition.
A leading osteoarthritis expert says too often patients receive fragmented and inappropriate care to manage their damaged joints. Professor David Hunter is leading a national strategy to significantly improve the way patients with osteoarthritis are managed.
Tradies from around the Tatiara were well taken care of in ‘National Tradies Health Month’. Almost 40 tradies from around the district gathered at Tatiara Truck and Trailers Bordertown at 6.30am on Thursday August 9.
The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) backs calls by the Aboriginal Peak Organisations of the Northern Territory (APO NT) for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to help drive the Royal Commission into NT’s juvenile detention.
Physical therapists from Australia will be among the main speakers at the profession’s largest and most important international gathering, the WCPT Congress 2017, to be held next year in Cape Town on 2nd – 4th July.
The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is urging men to seek out evidence-based healthcare like physiotherapy to change the current poorer health status of males compared to females during Men’s Health Week.
Physiotherapists are calling on tradies to watch more than just their backs during Tradies National Health Month this August. It comes as Australia’s tradies continue to have among the poorest health and safety conditions of workers across all sectors.