The following are just a few of the many sites available that deal with physiotherapy and physical health issues. These links are supplied as a courtesy to visitors of this site and does not imply an endorsement of any kind.
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The website of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA). CPA is the national professional organization representing physiotherapists and physiotherapy students across Canada.
The Manitoba branch of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
The website of the College of Physiotherapists of Manitoba. Every physiotherapist who practices physiotherapy in Manitoba must be a registered member of the College of Physiotherapists of Manitoba (CPM). CPM is a self-supported professional body that regulates the practice of physiotherapy in Manitoba. CPM receives its regulatory authority from The Physiotherapists Act of Manitoba (2001). Their mission is to ensure that the public receives safe, competent physiotherapy care from qualified physiotherapists.
This website by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association was designed to educate Canadians about different health care conditions, tips to avoid injury and how your physiotherapist can get you back to full function. It has some great, up to date videos, blogs and articles.
Physiotherapy Alliance Inc. is a group of Private Practice Physiotherapists in Manitoba that provide physiotherapy/physiotherapy services in urban and rural clinics. Convenient online consult/referral forms are available.
The University of Manitoba Faculty of Medical Rehabilitation is one Canadian university, and the only one in Manitoba that offers a degree in Physiotherapy. Learn more about the education that our physiotherapists must complete to become a Licensed Physiotherapist.
The American Physiotherapy Association homepage.
The website of the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. They train health care professionals such as physiotherapists to perform acupuncture.
Osteoporosis Canada is a charitable organization that provides up-to-date information on the risks, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada is a source of information about stroke, heart disease, surgeries and treatments. It also provides heart-healthy offers recipes, cookbooks, and a food guide.
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