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‘World Physiotherapy Day 2018 Physiotherapy and Mental Health’ - Physiotherapy and Social Farming

By Gráinne Flannery BSc Physiotherapy, MISCP

Physical activity is good for the body but it can also help improve mental health and wellbeing. Get active, stay active is the key message from physiotherapists for this year’s World Physiotherapy Day on 8 September 2018.

Physical activity is good for the body but it can also help improve mental health and wellbeing. Get active, stay active is the key message from physiotherapists for this year’s World Physiotherapy Day on 8 September 2018.

Did you know?

• 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health issue of some sort during their lifetime

• 1 in 6 people are likely to have had mental health issues in the past seven days

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World Physiotherapy Day takes place on September 8th and this year's theme is 'Physiotherapy and Mental Health' 

We are looking for Physiotherapists working in Mental Health Services to get involved

Two ways to get involved 

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Dear Members,

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