ARTI took to Irish Muscle Power in the RDS as part of operation #ARTItakeover . Armed with 2 CATs, 2 beds, a bunch of leaflets and Michelle (our Marketing & Communications, who secretly fancies herself as an Athletic Therapist!) we set off to Irish Muscle Power on Sunday 23rd June.
Athletic Rehabilitation Therapy Ireland are pleased to announce that the ARTI membership has overwhelmingly voted to change the name of our membership to Certified Athletic Therapists (CAT). A quorum was reached and 97% of voters agreed that the term Athletic Therapy will be now adopted to describe the profession of members of ARTI. Unlike other professional bodies, there is an entrance exam to ensure the high standard of skill, knowledge and proficiency of ARTI members. Continue reading
ARTI are continued proud members of World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy (WFATT). WFATT works to achieve international recognition for Athletic Therapy and Training as “an essential part of multidisciplinary healthcare teams”.
WFATT leads us in advancing the international interests of its members for the common goal of optimal health care for physically active populations. Continue reading
The SSE Airtricity Dublin City Marathon 2018 was a great success!
This was an important year for ARTI as it was the first year Certified Athletic and Rehabilitation Therapists (ARTC) were involved in supporting the health and safety of the athletes taking part in the Dublin City Marathon. Both qualified and student ARTI members were invited to assist at the event. ARTCs were responsible for the provision Continue reading
This week ARTI is chatting to Owen Feeney ARTC, a recent graduate of the BSc in Athletic Therapy and Training programme in DCU. Owen set up his own clinic in January 2018, just a few months after graduating.
Owen is based in UrbanHealth, Ranelagh for the last 5 months. “The space is open plan and shared between various therapists and instructors, including myself. Continue reading