Australian Physiotherapy Association

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is the peak body representing the interests of Australian physiotherapists and their patients. The organisation has more than 19 000 members and over 300 members in volunteer positions on committees or working parties.

Journal of Physiotherapy is the official journal of the APA. The vision is for the journal to be the pre-eminent international publication of the science and practice of physiotherapy. Through a partnership between the APA and A&P articles of the journal are shared on this platform.




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  1. Semi-supervised practice in inpatient rehabilitation
  2. Promoting physical activity in older people
  3. Physiotherapy to prevent ventilator-associated pneumonia
  4. Exercise training in haemodialysis patients
  5. Manual lymph drainage to prevent lymphoedema
  6. Repetitive practice after stroke
  7. Fall risk and fall-related injuries
  8. Pelvic floor training and hormone therapy
  9. Additional weekend allied health services in hospitals
  10. Interventions to prevent neck pain
  11. Activity, sedentary behaviour and risks in COPD
  12. Predictive ability of the STarT Back Tool
  13. Progressive resistance training after stroke
  14. Sternal precautions after cardiac surgery
  15. Education and women's pelvic floor muscle function
  16. Non-biomedical needs in low back pain
  17. Pregnant women’s attitudes to physical activity
  18. Applying the FIFA 11+ program pre and post-training
  19. Technology engagement in pulmonary rehabilitation
  20. Improving physical health in people with mental illness
  21. Delivering home exercise programs using an app
  22. Gym vs. home-based exercise for chronic diseases
  23. Effectiveness of rehabilitation after lumbar disc surgery
  24. Multifactorial treatment for frailty and mobility in elderly
  25. Behaviour change interventions in ankylosing spondylitis
  26. Exercise programs in elderly with cognitive impairment
  27. Biofeedback to improve lower limb function after stroke
  28. Physiotherapy management of ICU acquired weakness
  29. Exercise in women with gestational diabetes mellitus
  30. FES cycling in patients with acquired brain injury
  31. Neurodynamic treatment in chronic nerve-related leg pain
  32. Exercise benefits for elderly with cognitive impairment
  33. Extra rehabilitation improves activity after stroke
  34. Kinesio taping is not effective in elderly with knee OA
  35. Respiratory strength training after stroke
  36. Constraint induced movement therapy in cerebral palsy
  37. Weekend therapy may reduce length of stroke rehabilitation
  38. Massage therapy decreases pain and fatigue after triathlon
  39. Exercise improves fatigue and mobility in cancer survivors
  40. Physiotherapy management of lung cancer
  41. Physios are helping women to feel less pain during labour
  42. Physiotherapists in the Emergency Department
  43. Exer-games for rehabilitation in hospital