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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Two ARTI members will be conducting workshops as part of this month’s FSEM Annual Scientific Conference 2016. The highly regarded annual conference, which is supported by ARTI, will take place in the RSCI from September 15 to 17, and will … Continue reading
EFR/CPR refresher course (2 days) is being held on the the 23rd and 24th of August in DCU. This is extremely important for ARTI members who need to renew their EFR/CPR certification as EFR is valid for a period of … Continue reading
Billy Martin has recently become the first ARTI member to take on the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association’s certification exams and is now recognised as a Certified Athletic Therapist (Canada). This success comes not long after passing the ARTI exams and … Continue reading