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Pictured at the partnership launch at ISCP Conference in November: Gay Peart-Murphy, Kieran Quinn (Fleming Medical), Ruaidhri O'Connor, Marie Guidon, Neville Moore (Fleming Medical).

Limerick based Fleming Medical has teamed up with the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists in a partnership that sees the ISCP officially recognising the Physiologix range of supports & tapes.



Exercise has been proven to enhance cancer treatment and reduce some of the common side-effects, leading to improved quality of life for patients, writes physiotherapist Aoife McGovern.


Parents can wrongly believe their children are getting enough exercise at school and are not in need of extra curricular physical activities, Irish rugby star Louise Galvin has warned.



Obese people in their 40s or even younger can have as little mobility as pensioners and struggle to cross the road at traffic lights, a new study has said.


The key is to get moving again and not focus too much on the exact source of the pain



As you are aware the Bill was before the Interparty Health Committee of which there are 8 members on Tuesday at 1.30pm.

The ISCP had 4 amendments which covered the following areas:


As a way of providing members with an opportunity to raise and discuss those topics you feel need to be addressed, a Members Forum is being held to allow you to do this in an open and engaging group format.

This forum will be held as a breakfast meeting on the Saturday morning of the Society's annual conference and you are all invited to generate the discussion. Members will have the opportunity to meet with one another and board members alike and lead the conversation around any topics you may want to raise.

Society President, Jill Long addressed the Annual Dinner on Friday 6th November during this years Annual Conference. Her speech gave an insight into what Statutory Registration would mean to the ISCP

Her speech is available here:

Stat Reg Update

(July 2014) Could 2015 be the most important year of your professional life? Registration for next year’s WCPT Congress – the world’s biggest and most influential international physical therapy gathering – is now open.

According to past delegates, it is an experience that can change your career – whatever stage you are at.

“My first WCPT Congress gave me an opportunity to meet experts in my field of research, and it’s been a great experience ever since,” said Joyce Mothabeng from South Africa.