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Leading Canadian Health Organizations’ new recommendations call for concussion protocols to protect all Canadians participating in high risk sports

August 21, 2014
Recommendations by the Canadian Concussion Collaborative call for an end to the haphazard approach to current concussion management for all sports and sporting events in Canada.

Osteoporosis Canada Launches New Exercise Recommendations

June 23, 2014
New multicomponent exercise recommendations combine muscle strengthening and balance training as a means of reducing falls and resulting fractures for people living with osteoporosis.

Physiotherapy Can Help!

May 01, 2014
More than just sports injury rehab, physiotherapists know how the body works, how to keep it moving and how to get it moving again.

Calgary physiotherapist’s research provides evidence to inform Hockey Canada’s ban on bodychecking in peewee hockey

May 27, 2013
Findings from one of the Canada’s leading researchers in injury and concussion prevention led to Hockey Canada’s decision to eliminate pewee-level bodychecking

National Physiotherapy Association Joins in Support of Ontario's New Models of Physiotherapy Funding

April 17, 2013
CPA joins the Ontario Physiotherapy Association in applauding the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care's plans to reconfigure the funding and delivery of publicly funded physiotherapy in Ontario.

May is National Physiotherapy Month in Canada

April 11, 2013
CPA will celebrate by engaging members, patients and the public in events and activities that will help to raise awareness of the profession and its many benefits for patients.

Physical activity antidote for Movement Disorder . . .

April 04, 2012
Parkinson Society Canada and Canadian Physiotherapy Association launch new resource for Canadians with Parkinson’s

Media Advisory: Injury hampering your resolution to get fit?

February 01, 2012
Too many Canadians jump into new physical activities with enthusiasm, only to be felled by injuries caused by over exertion after a long period of inactivity and improper technique.

One in four Canadian military personnel require physiotherapy Physiotherapists treat complex injuries on the battlefield and at home

November 10, 2011
An estimated 25 per cent of Canadian Forces personnel access physiotherapy services each year, and many require long-term rehabilitation programs.

Physiotherapists give thumbs up to Nordic pole walking and prescribe it for patients with a variety of conditions

October 19, 2011
An increasing number of Canadian physiotherapists are realizing the benefits of Nordic pole walking for their patients, adding a rehabilitation dimension to the already-popular fitness trend.

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