CPA submitted a brief to the Advisory Panel identifying three specific areas where innovation in health care could result in significant improvements in patient flow, and cost-effective interventions that support positive patient health outcomes.
Physiotherapists can play a significant role in service development and planning that is based on the unique and specific needs of Aboriginal populations.
Physiotherapists use evidence-informed practice to guide decisions about patient care. Read more >>
CPA endorses a population health approach to address the present and future health needs of Canadians. Read more >>
Physiotherapists are qualified to assess dysfunction, injury or pain related to foot biomechanics. Read more >>
Physiotherapists have an essential role in the delivery of responsive, accessible primary health care to Canadians and their communities. Read more >>
Tobacco use inflicts a heavy burden on Canadians' health and on the Canadian health care system. Read more >>
Regular exercise and an active, healthy lifestyle are essential for Canadian children to achieve and maintain health throughout the lifespan. Read more >>
Physiotherapists play an essential role in promoting a safer health care system for Canadians.
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Spinal and peripheral manipulation techniques are components of manual therapy and are within the scope of practice of physiotherapists. Read more >>