APA physiotherapists are highly sought-after experts in their field-providing commentary and advice on everything from musculoskeletal health, sports injuries and chronic pain to occupational health and safety, child growth and development, pelvic health and chronic disease.
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The rise of the tradie

March 2023

Over the past 30 years, a quiet revolution has taken place in the minds of Western Australians: the rise of the tradie. Trades Careers—once maligned by many as an option for the kids who weren't academic enough to go to university—are now seen not just as viable but as desirable options for our children.

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Don’t suffer Dizziness, Vertigo and Balance Issues Alone

February 2023

Many Australians will experience dizziness or balance issues in their lifetime. A thorough assessment with a vestibular physiotherapist is the first step to better symptom management and a research-backed treatment plan.

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Shouldering a heavy burden: How much should a school bag weigh?

February 2023

Josh Barr typically carries his lunch, a water bottle, sports gear and a laptop in his school bag. Some parents are worried that students are shouldering too heavy a burden on their daily commute.

The Deadly Physios podcast Season 3

Healthcare inequity tackled using allyship in Indigenous podcast

The APA launches its third season of The Deadly Physios podcast to celebrate 2023 NAIDOC Week, recognising this year’s theme ‘For Our Elders’, by amplifying leading voices on how embodying allyship can address healthcare inequity. 

Proud Kamilaroi man and podcast host Cameron Edwards is back with an impressive line-up of guests, including Nick Kenny, former Brisbane Broncos rugby league footballer and now a practice director and physiotherapist with experience working in remote indigenous communities.