The aim of Athletic Rehabilitation Therapy is to promote and maintain the health and physical wellbeing of individuals in all sporting, physical and occupational activity.
ARTC’s can work in a variety of settings, most typically in sports injury clinics, in the general work place, with professional and recreational sports teams/athletes or with national governing bodies (NGB’s) of various sports.
Athletic Rehabilitation Therapy can be divided into four general areas::
- Injury Prevention and Pre-Participation Screening
- On-Field Emergency Care
- Injury Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment
- Rehabilitation and Reconditioning
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An ARTI member has once again highlighted the exceptional standards of practitioners in Ireland after successfully passing the exams that entitle him to practise in America. Paddy McEvoy became the first ARTI member to pass the exams since the establishment … Continue reading
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