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1 October - 2017 SASP Membership OPENS
2017 SASP membership Renewal and New Registration will open on the 1 October 2017. Continue reading
National Physiotherapy BackWeek & World Physiotherapy Day
National Physiotherapy BackWeek is on between the 5th - 11th September.
World Physiotherapy Day is on the 8th September.
Is that bag too heavy? Protect your child from back pain!
No child should suffer from back pain, should they? And yet a startling number do, notes the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP). As we he...Continue reading
Attention Non Members - SASP 2017 membership registration opens 1 October 2016
Dear Physiotherapy Colleague,
Registration for 2017 SA Society of Physiotherapy membership will open on the 1 October 2016.
The SA Society of Physiotherapy has thus far had a very successful year due in large part to our new members...Continue reading
Got the Pokémon neck?
So you got Squirtle and Balbasaur and you’re about to reach level 10? Good for you!
Now here’s the question: How’s your neck?
One BIG thing t...Continue reading
Do you want RICE or MEAT with your injury?
New research shifts perspectives on treating acute sports injuries
Every journey to fitness or sports excellence is milestoned by injuries – ...Continue reading
How high heels can hurt you
Get the Lowdown…
…on how high heels can hurt you
High heels (anywhere from 4 cm to 13 cm) have a wonderful impact on a woman’s appearance –...Continue reading
Red, Amber, Green!
So you’ve started running, gym or even walking – because any movement is good for health. But how do you know if what you’re doing is too much? Ria Sande...Continue reading
Cerebral Palsy & ABR
Cerebral palsy is the most common physical disability in childhood – as many as eight children per hundred are affected in South Africa. For parents, the diagnosis is a difficult pill to swallow and means many years of sacrifice as they seek and manage treatment for their children.Continue reading
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