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STATUS OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIETY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY (SASP®)
This document serves to inform you of the current position of the SASP within the physiotherapy community and the health environment.
The SASP is a voluntary professional membership organisation committed to equal opportunities and inclusivity, and striv...
National Physiotherapy BackWeek: Lift your legs – lift your mood!
Lift your legs – lift your mood!
It’s spring in South Africa. Is your mood in tune with the season – or are you feeling blue?
Many of us have the ‘winter blues’ as the season draws to a close, but if it continues into spring, it may be real depression. ...Continue reading
National Physiotherapy BackWeek: Get your move on!
Get your move on!
South African physiotherapists urge their fellow citizens to move for health
“Move for Good Health – Exercise!” was the rallying call from the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP) during National Physiotherapy BackWeek (7-13 September 2015). Physiotherapis...Continue reading
Physical activity for the prevention of chronic diseases
All physiotherapists have a thorough understanding of movement and exercise, and the ways in which it promotes health.
Some physiotherapists, called paediatric physiotherapists, have a special interest in working with children. A physical therapy assessment is particularly important for ch...Continue reading
Obesity in Childhood
According to the World Health Organization, the number of overweight or obese children is likely to increase from 42 million in 2013 to 70 million in 2025.
The vast majority of overweight or obese children live in developing countries, where the rate of increase has been...Continue reading