Athletic Rehabilitation Therapy Ireland (ARTI) is a professional organisation responsible for the promotion, regulation, and continued education of Athletic and Rehabilitation Therapists.
ARTI is dedicated to ensuring that all Certified Athletic and Rehabilitation Therapists provide the highest quality of healthcare to all patients and athletes. This is achieved by reinforcing the emphasis on evidence-based practice through mandatory continued professional development (CPD) and through the maintenance of emergency care certification.
Given the wide variety of allied health professions involved in the field of sports medicine, musculoskeletal medicine, and rehabilitation it is important that ARTC’s can work as part of a multi-disciplinary team and ARTI hopes to work closely with the representative bodies of these professions to further communication and knowledge in the field of sports medicine and musculoskeletal medicine.
Professional Practice and Discipline
ARTI’s Professional Practice and Discipline Guidelines and Procedures are intended to inform Certified Athletic and Rehabilitation Therapists, ARTI exam applicants, consumers of athletic and rehabilitation therapy services and members of the public of the disciplinary guidelines and procedures.
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ARTI is involved in the worldwide advancement of the AthleticTherapy, Athletic Rehabilitation Therapy and Athletic Training professions through its membership of the European Society of Athletic Therapy and Training (ESATT), and its constructive partnerships with the World Federation of Athletic Therapy and Training (WFATT) and other national governing bodies such as the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA – USA) and the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association (CATA).