The APA recently made a submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee, calling for long COVID to be recognised as a chronic medical condition with public funding to assist those requiring better access to ongoing care.
Our inaugural APA mentoring programs are coming to a close for 2022 and we would like to thank everyone who participated. We recognise that these programs would not be successful without the genuine passion and dedication of our members.
We are delighted to announce and celebrate the nominees and winners of the 2022 Australian Physiotherapy Association and Art of Mentoring Mentor and Mentee of the year awards.
The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) has written to the major parties ahead of this month’s Victorian state election with a solutions paper that outlines the potential of physiotherapists to alleviate pressure on the health system, and better support Victorians managing long COVID.
The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) represents a key workforce of National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) service providers and welcomes the priority the new government is placing on representation and reform of the scheme, to restore it to its founding promise: choice and control for participants.
The first Federal Budget delivered this week by the Labor Government puts the right economic outcome above a political one and sets Australia back on a path to reforming the health system.
Chronic low back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide¹. The APA is drawing attention to the condition and providing guidance on how physiotherapy can help.
Faster treatment, better outcomes and lower costs are required to meet Australia’s current and future healthcare needs, the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) has outlined the contribution physiotherapy can make towards these ends in a landmark document released today.