• World Physiotherapy Day 2016 Materials

    All the World Physiotherapy Day Materials are available now.

  • Congratulations Paul and Gary O'Donovan

    Physio student and member of the ISCP, Paul O'Donovan won an Olympic Silver medal with his brother Gary in rowing at Rio 2016.

    Well done to both of them for this fantastic achievement

  • Chartered Physiotherapists have Good Hearts, not just Good Hands

    Chartered Physiotherapist Sarah Jane McDonnell consoles Sanita Puspure after her 4th place finish in Rio on Tuesday. Showing that Chartered Physiotherapists' care for you in more ways than one.

  • Membership Renewals is Now Open

    Membership Renewals for 2016/2017 is Now Open

    You can renew your membership in just a few simple steps online

  • Conference 2016

    The 2016 conference will take place in

    Clayton Whites in Wexford on

    Friday & Saturday

    October 14th and 15th

  • Minister makes key decision to protect both titles of Physiotherapist and Physical Therapist in one Register - Public Protection Achieved at Last!
  • Book Available Now!

    ‘Primary, Community Care and Disability Services Physiotherapy Workforce and Business Review’ including ‘Hospital and Rehabilitation Staffing/Resource Recommendations Supplement’ by Orla Daly MBA, MSc, B Physio, MISCP

  • Qualified Overseas?

    Learn about the recognition process for Physiotherapists who want to work in Ireland

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International Associations

The World Confederation for Physical Therapy recognises the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists as the sole authoritiative body for physical therapy in Ireland. 

 

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