Malawi is one of the poorest countries in Africa. Physiotherapy profession in Malawi is fairly young. However, with establishment of training programme for physiotherapists at BSc level in 2010, the profession is fast growing. […]
The issue of physiotherapy in the 21st century is not limited to the essence of the patient’s health, but also covers a wide range of organisational and legal issues related to rehabilitation in Poland. […]
The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) continues to advocate to the Australian government and compensable bodies on a range of issues.Tim
We are fast learning that we need to continually work strategically in both the community and political arena to ensure that Physiotherapy is seen as one of the major contributors to providing conservative, evidence […]
Worldwide a large proportion of physiotherapists work in the private sector, but very little is known about the differences and the similarities of the organisations within which they practice and the driving forces affecting […]
Private Practice Section, APTA
The Private Practice Section is one of 18 specialty sections within the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Its nearly 3,000 members own, operate, or work in a private practice setting.
The mission […]
Who should decide what medical treatment you need?
What guarantees would we have of the quality, efficacy and safety of our health care if decisions on treatment were made by professionals who are not trained […]