Membership 2017

The physiotherapy brand, career pathway and scope of practice are key areas of focus for the APA. In this issue we present several fictitious scenarios to illustrate what the future might look like through our ongoing work: greater consumer and referrer awareness of the profession and what physios do; a career pathway framework to help physios attain appropriate recognition and reward based on experience, training and goals; and a clinical environment in which physios are more empowered and confident in the scope of their practice.


A physiotherapy research perspective of the requirements to keep military, law enforcement and emergency services personnel on the job; and the story of a veteran who was blinded during the Great War yet embarked on a dual career in massage therapy and local politics in country NSW.

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Marko Stechiwskyj
Managing Editor

InMotion is the flagship publication of the APA and serves as a key platform for communicating the latest national and local news within the APA and the broader physiotherapy profession. The editorial elements of InMotion combine to inform and engage, deliver value, provide knowledge, and give voice to members.

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