Promoting Aquatic Physiotherapy Services - Webinar held on 5th July 2022
This webinar can now be viewed when logged in as an ATACP member under Resources - Past Webinars at the top of this page or by following this link
ATACP WEBINAR; A walk through of the CSPs resources - protecting and promoting aquatic physiotherapy services and health service partnerships with Swim England
A kind reminder that ATACP members need to be logged in to access the FREE webinar's joining details on 5th July @ 7:30 pm. Please click on link:- Webinar 5th July
Effect of water-based walking exercise on rehabilitation of patients following ACL reconstruction: a prospective, randomised, single-blind clinical trial
The above titled Research Article was published in the latest Physiotherapy Journal and can be accessed by following this link by CSP Members when logged in.
Evidence-Based Aquatic Therapy Guidelines for Parkinson’s Disease: An International Consensus Study
Please find below a link to a newly published article which may be of interest:-
Background: Aquatic therapy is one therapy option for people living with Parkinson’s disease (PD). However, the optimal prescription, dosage, and delivery remain unclear.
Objective: i) To generate consensus statements, ii) to establish evidence-based clinical practice aquatic therapy guidelines for PD.
Hydrotherapy as part of the National SEND & SEN Curriculum
This free webinar will provide insights and training for SEND and SEN headteachers, SENCO, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, architects and other healthcare professionals.
Follow this link to register
Protect your aquatic physiotherapy service
Please find recently published ready-made resources to help promote the value of Aquatic Therapy on the CSP's website www.csp.org.uk/protect-aquatic
CMUTUK (Charcot-Marie-Tooth charity) Annual Conference 6th-th May 2022
CMTUK (the UK's only charity dedicated to supporting people affected by Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease) hosts their Annual Conference on May 6th/7th, which will be well attended by people living with CMT in the UK, as well as medical professionals and students interested in finding out more about CMT.
People living with CMT get help from physiotherapists and aquatic therapists, as CMT can cause the muscles in the legs and feet to weaken, which causes difficulty with walking and balance.
FUTURE FOR POOLS
Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group one-day virtual conference on 28th March 2022
Find details to register here
This may be of interest to ATACP members.
PWTAG and ATACP Recommendations for safe aquatic physiotherapy in relation to Covid-19 Pandemic
A National Manifesto for Hydrotherapy
Please note the publication of a National Manifesto for Hydrotherapy - March 2021