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Wednesday, 22nd February 2017 at 7pm

Thomas Davis Lecture Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin


The ISCP and Trinity College Dublin will host the The Paul Wagstaff Commemorative Lecture

‘Rotator Cuff Related Shoulder Pain: The Case for Physiotherapy.’

The ISCP is currently reviewing its staff roles and functions and wishes to recruit a Communications Assistant on a full –time six months fixed term contract while this review is ongoing.

The Society has launched a social media video campaign to promote the benefits to physiotherapy and physical activity. The video shows Mojo, the border-collie teaching his family who suffer with physical challenges how to get their mojo back through physiotherapy and exercise.

The video was created by the Australian Physiotherapy Association who has given the ISCP permission to use the video to promote physiotherapy in Ireland.

To watch the video click here

The ISCP has created infographics and advice videos for runners taking part in the Dublin Marathon. All the materials are available below to use and share on social media:


Carrying a school bag is something all Irish children have to do. However, it is an activity that is often associated with pain, discomfort and poor posture.

This year for World Physiotherapy Day on the 8th of September the ISCP are running with the campaign chosen by the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) 'Add Life to Years'. Under this title there is a range of materials available to members. These include:

ISCP Materials which can be ordered and delivered free of charge

The ISCP will provide the following materials to members:

It's never too early to introduce physical activity to children according to Chartered Physiotherapists in Paediatrics (CPP)

Click here to read article

The Societys physical activity campaign hits the news today in the Irish Daily Mirror.

A new campaign is urging parents to keep their children active for at least 60 minutes a day during the Summer months. Research claims that one in five youngsters in Ireland are meeting the recommended guidelines for physical activity.

Newsletter May 2016

RCSI MyHealth public lecture on Wednesday, 27th April.

Health research experts, including Louise Keating, Chartered Physiotherapist and RCSI Lecturer, will share the benefits of staying active and achieving the right level of balance to stay healthy and injury free.