Why study Physiotherapy at Robert Gordon University in Scotland?



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Join an online information session with RGU to learn about Robert Gordon University’s School of Physiotherapy:

  •  EVENT:  Free live online live information session with RGU School of Physiotherapy
  • DATE:  Wednesday 4 June 2014
  • TIME:  4pm (Ontario)
  • PRESENTER:  Julie Jones, Physiotherapy Lecturer 

This webinar will include topics in:

  • Physiotherapy School program details
  • University details
  • Entry requirements
  • Application procedures
  • Important dates and deadlines
  • Location
  • Finances

REGISTER NOW 

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RGU hosts upcoming Physiotherapy free webinar



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KOM will be hosting a FREE WEBINAR with:

ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PHYSIOTHERAPY

Tuesday 15 October 2013 @ 4pm (Ontario). 

Presenter:: Julie Jones, Physiotherapy Lecturer, School of Health Sciences

 

Learn information from Julie Jones from this live broadcast. Julie will be discussing the Master of Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration) program. Have a live chat with Julie and have all your questions answered. …

University of Canberra lecturer unique style of teaching in Physiotherapy School



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A University of Canberra School of Physiotherapy lecturer is helping his students focus in class by using a stick throwing game.

This activity is done within the Muscular & Skeletal Intervention 3 course.  It will increase left & right brain coordination, as well as physical dexterity.  It improves awareness and sensory skills and allows the class theory to be put into practice.

The game is based on the spiritual practice of peace sticks, …

Curtin University collaborates in Website to assist with Pain Managment



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Curtin University has collaborated with the Department of Health (WA) on a new website, launched today, designed to help people manage chronic musculoskeletal pain.

Associate Professor Helen Slater from Curtin’s School of Physiotherapy, said the painHEALTH website is the first of its kind in Australia and has the potential to help the estimated one in five Australians who suffer from chronic (also known as persistent) musculoskeletal pain. …