The APA is seeking expressions of interest from suitably experience and highly developed physiotherapists who are interest in working towards the pinnacle of sports physiotherapy.
Applications are open from 1 August 2019 until 30 September 2019. Applications must be completed by 11.59pm 30 September 2019. No late applications will be accepted.
When it comes to airways clearance, there are now many techniques and devices to choose from, many with good evidence to support their use. So how do you pick the right one for the job? What should you consider when selecting a technique for adults or children?
Come and hear from 2 experienced physiotherapists working with CF, COPD and bronchiectasis in hospital and the community.
The Occupational Health Physiotherapy Level 1 course provides an exciting opportunity to open new doors for Physiotherapists. In the past seven years since this course has been running, over 85% of participants have rated the course highly and worth the investment. This is a chance to broaden your perspective and possibilities into a growing area where Physiotherapists use their skills to promote wellbeing, help prevent injuries as well as more effectively manage them once they occur.This is an interactive course covering 10 modules, including professional performance standards, the role of the occupational health physiotherapist, workplace legislation relevant to OHP, the risk management approach to injury prevention, basic worksite assessment, ergonomic workstation assessments, workplace safety systems and safety culture, injury management and professional communication.
This course will explore the theoretical and practical sides of managing sporting injuries with an emphasis on current research. Presented topics include shoulder, ankle and knee injuries with focus specifically on ligament, tendon and muscle. Participants will also gain information on acute onfield management and travelling with a sports team, as well as a large practical component on taping techniques. This course is a mandatory part of the experiential titling pathway in Sports Physiotherapy.