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All 27 Physiotherapy Courses & Classes in Ireland

MSc Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy PT - Ireland Pro Plus

Will develop critical evaluation of the theoretical basis of orthopaedic manipulative physiotherapy with clinical skills evidence-based practice and research.(Training Available by University College Dublin) MSc Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy PT

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Course Offered by University College Dublin, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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Physiotherapy Assistant Theory (FETAC Level 5) by Attendance Learning - Ireland Pro Plus

Course DescriptionThe aim of this module is to provide the learners with the knowledge and skills necessary for the provision of safe, effective and efficient physiotherapy, under the direction and supervision of a chartered physiotherapist, in a range of healthcare settings.On successful completion, the learners will be able to describe the nature and scope of physiotherapy practice, the role of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and the role and responsibilities of the physiotherapy assistant.In relation to background theoretical knowledge, the learners will be able to explain the structure and function of important anatomical systems and describe the clinical conditions which the physiotherapist/physiotherapy assistant is likely to encounter in clinical practice. With regard to skills acquisition, the learners will demonstrate skill in basic therapeutic handling with particular emphasis on health and safety.In recognition of the importance of professional development i ... (Training Available by The Open College) Physiotherapy Assistant Theory (FETAC Level 5) by Attendance Learning

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Course Offered by The Open College, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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MSc Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy PT - Ireland Pro Plus

Will develop critical evaluation of the theoretical basis of orthopaedic manipulative physiotherapy with clinical skills evidence-based practice and research.(Training Available by University College Dublin) MSc Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy PT

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Course Offered by University College Dublin, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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Physiotherapy - Ireland Pro Plus

Learn why physiotherapy plays a key role in the multidisciplinary healthcare team. Develop clinical physiotherapy assessment and management skills. This course leads to one of the most rewarding careers in healthcare: Chartered Physiotherapist. Physiotherapy is the study and application of the scientific knowledge and professional skills required for the promotion of optimal health and well-being of adults and children through physical means. In addition to UCD-based learning you will also spend 1,000 hours on supervised clinical education in hospitals and clinical centres throughout Ireland and abroad (optional). UCD’s full time BSc Physiotherapy degree is accredited by the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists, and will appeal to students who enjoy science and caring for people. ... (Training Available by University College Dublin) Physiotherapy

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Course Offered by University College Dublin, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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BSc Physiotherapy - Ireland Pro

This programme is designed to prepare graduates who will contribute to the development of Physiotherapy in Ireland through their expertise in research and through their ability to act as competent, reflective and innovative practitioners. ... (Training Available by University of Limerick) BSc Physiotherapy

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Course Offered by University of Limerick, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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Additional Physiotherapy Courses & Classes in Ireland

Respiratory Physiotherapy - Ireland

Respiratory Physiotherapy is one of the core areas of Physiotherapy Practice. The aim of this course is to develop physiotherapists knowledge and skills in the physiotherapy management of the patient with respiratory disorders. The course will take place on a part-time basis to facilitate physiotherapists working in clinical practice. The MSc course is run on a full-time (1 year) and part-time (2 year) basis. The PG Diploma is completed in 1 year. All students will attend 3 days per month for the first year. A 5-week clinical placement will either be timetabled for the end of year 1 (full-time MSc students and diploma students) or during year 2 (part-time MSc students). A research project will be undertaken in year 1 for full-time MSc students and in year 2 for part-time MSc students. Teaching will include lectures, laboratory practicals, seminars and tutorials. Clinical experience in Respiratory Physiotherapy will also be provided. ... (Training Available by Trinity College Dublin) Respiratory Physiotherapy

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Course Offered by Trinity College Dublin, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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Physiotherapy - Ireland

Physiotherapy – or physical therapy – places full and functional movement at the heart of what it means to be healthy. It involves treating patients of all ages with a range of illnesses and conditions, including those with back and neck problems, sports injuries, arthritis, or those recovering from strokes and operations. The methods employed include exercise therapy, manipulative procedures, and a variety of electrical treatments. Physiotherapists may be part of a multidisciplinary medical team that includes physicians, nurses, speech and language therapists, psychologists, occupational therapists and social workers among others. Alternatively they may work from clinics or specialise in particular areas of the discipline. ... (Training Available by Trinity College Dublin) Physiotherapy

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Course Offered by Trinity College Dublin, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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Sports Therapy/Physiotherapy Assistant - Ireland

This course is aimed at students interested in the area of sports injuries and their treatment. Students will study a range of subjects, with particular emphasis being placed on Anatomy and Sports Massage. In year 1 students must complete a minimum of 10 days work placement in a relevant vocational area. Students in year 2 are required to attend surgical procedures and complete a dissertation. Throughout the course students will be required to work alongside a variety of sporting organisations as part of their course work.Course Code: C1061VG FETAC Level 5 Award Title: Community and Health Services FETAC Level 5 Award Code: DCHSX Course Duration: 1 Year ... (Training Available by Cavan Institute) Sports Therapy/Physiotherapy Assistant

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Course Offered by Cavan Institute, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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Physiotherapy Assistant Course - Ireland

Physiotherapy Assistant CoursePhysiotherapy Assistant Course Duration: 1 Year (Sept to June) Qualification: Fetac Level 5 Minor Award. Physiotherapy Assistant Practice. Fetac Level 5 Minor Award Physiotherapy Assistant Theory. Fetac Level 5 Anatomy & Physiology Diploma Course Fee: €2250 Course Schedule: Monday evenings (7pm to 9pm for 20 weeks)Thursday evenings (6.30pm to 9.30pm) September to June.Who is this course aimed at? There is no formal education requirement for this course, but it is aimed at learners with an interest in the area of physiotherapy. It qualifies people to work alongside a physiotherapist and assist with patient handling, patient care and supervised use of physiotherapy equipment and mobility aids. Course Content: Communication skills Anatomy & Physiology Therapeutic Handling Mobility Aids Movement Studies Exercise Therapy Physiotherapy Equipment Pathology Care Support in Physiotherapy ... (Training Available by Saint Martins College of Physical Therapy) Physiotherapy Assistant Course

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Course Offered by Saint Martins College of Physical Therapy, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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BSc Physiotherapy - Ireland

BSc Physiotherapy The BSc. Physiotherapy degree is a qualification for people who want to practice physiotherapy in the Irish healthcare system or in private practice. Graduates from this degree course are automatically eligible for membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. CAO Code: RC004 Number of Places: 26 Duration: 3 years (Graduates)/ 4 years (C.A.O.) Study options: Full time The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland offers a three year BSc Physiotherapy programme to applicants with a primary degree. Applicants with school-leaving qualifications are required to initially complete a foundation year. The aim of the School of Physiotherapy is to educate professionally safe, competent, reflective and analytical physiotherapists who possess a sound scientific knowledge base, an understanding of the value of research and analysis, are responsive to the needs of clients and carers and are aware of the dynamic diversity of healthcare environments in which they ... (Training Available by Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) BSc Physiotherapy

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Course Offered by Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Alternatives:1 of 27 courses & classes
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