After recent consultation, NSW is now in the process of transitioning to a no-fault compulsory third-party model.
An online resource portal can assist you with your assessment and treatment of patients with an acute whiplash injury. Developed by the State Insurance Regulatory Authority, CTP Insurers are using these resources when reviewing requests for treatment from physiotherapists. Visit now.
Jay Allen is a survivor of Stage 3 melanoma and the community coordinator for Melanoma Institute Australia. Next year he will be walking 1200 kilometres from Brisbane to Sydney. Jay is looking for physiotherapists to help him over the 29-day walk. Those interested can contact him on 0430 933 012 or by email.
The annual Hawkesbury Canoe Classic was held on the last weekend of October, with this year marking the 40th anniversary of the event.
Do you know someone who has made a remarkable contribution to the physiotherapy profession? Nominate them for a NSW Branch award.
The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) has released A workers compensation guide for allied health practitioners, providing essential information for the delivery of treatment services in the NSW workers compensation system.
Future focus at NSW Symposium
Symposium looks to future
We are moving
Close the Gap breakfast
Exploring the Pain and Movement Reasoning Model
Public-private model fills rural service gap
New whiplash guidelines for physiotherapists
Physiotherapists lend a hand at Hawkesbury Canoe Classic
Touched by transplant