Part- time Aquatic Physiotherapist Band 6/Training Band 7, hours flexible and negotiable
Reigate, Surrey, Lymden Hydrotherapy and Physiotherapy (LHAP)
Webinar presented by Jacqueline Pattman & Sarah Wratten on 21st April 2021:- Update on ATACP Covid-19 Recommendations
The above webinar presented on 21st April 2021 is now available for ATACP members only to view by following this link:-
New version of ATACP Recommendations for safe aquatic physiotherapy practice in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic
Please note the above recommendations have been updated as per 19th April 2021 and can be accessed by following this link:-
Covid-19 Recommendations Update
Sharing Experiences and Knowledge in the Covid-19 Era
The Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group presents a One Day virtual conference on Wednesday 3d March 2021 on the above subject.
Webinar by Johan Lambeck:- "Aquatic Therapy influences chronic low grade inflammation"
The above webinar presented on Tuesday 20th November is now available for ATACP members to view. You will need to be logged in to access content.
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ATACP Membership Renewal 2021
A gentle reminder that the 2021 ATACP membership renewal is now due giving free access to the upcoming webinars.
Please follow the link on the right.
We would like to draw member's attention to the IATF webinars. This is the follow up of the famous ICEBAT congresses.
Webinar presented by Dr Konstantinos Chandolias:- “The effectiveness of Bobath Neurodevelopmental Intervention and Halliwick concept based hydrotherapy programme in children with cerebral palsy”
The above webinar is now available for ATACP members to view.
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Interim guidance for hydrotherapy services during lockdown commencing 5th November
The government stated that ‘medical and health services’ can keep running through the four week lockdown period. The CSP gained further confirmation from PHE that physiotherapy is included in the definition. The CSP advice ‘remains that members in all sectors should seek to continue to run physiotherapy services during the national lockdown, and that all relevant public health rules relating to social distancing, risk assessment and PPE must be followed to keep clinicians and patients as safe as possible’. Hydrotherapy pools can remain open for aquatic physiotherapy as per following COVID-19 safety recommendations. If the hydrotherapy pool is part of a leisure or school facility it would be the decision of the operator as to whether the pool could be remain open only for healthcare use. The CSP report further advice for members practising in care homes is expected imminently.
"Keeping your head above water"
Please click link Keeping your head above water for a copy of the Powerpoint presentation held on Tuesday 8th September