Latest News

Highlighting the Future of our Profession

The Student Rep. Committee will work closely with the Orthopaedic Division to continue to highlight the achievements of various students in MPT programs across Canada. Check out this months Student Profile. Name: Richard Iheadindu – Queen’s University Class of 2018 “Prior to starting my Master’s in Physiotherapy at Queen’s University, I completed my undergraduate degree…

It Pays to be a Member-Don’t Forget to Re/Activate Your JOSPT Membership Today

Did you Know that as an Orthopaedic Division Member you get access to JOSPT? Keep up to date on the latest research and get access to great information. Please take the follow the steps in the email you should have received on Jan 10th/11th 2018 to activate your subscription.

Announcement from the Neurosciences Division

Did you know that the Neurosciences Division has a Vestibular Sub-Interest Group? We have launched an online journal club discussing vestibular rehab research and clinical practice advice. Four times per year we will be featuring an article or document with commentary from a clinician or researcher with an interest in vestibular rehab. The first article…

Français: Introduction à la recherche clinique appliquée à la physiothérapie manuelle orthopédique

Tous participants qui se sont inscrits à notre programme de formation en thérapie manuelle APRÈS janvier 2014 (Niveau 1) doivent obligatoirement faire le cours Introduction à la recherche clinique appliquée à la physiothérapie manuelle orthopédique avant de s’inscrire à l’examen avancé 2018 et des années subséquentes. Ce cours en français est donné par l’Université Laval…

Important Notice: Introduction to Clinical Research to Support Evidence-Based Practice in Manual Therapy

All course participants who first registered AFTER January 2014 in our course program (L1 exam), need to register to the new course “Introduction to Clinical Research to Support Evidence-Based Practice in Manual Therapy” BEFORE registering to the 2018 Advanced Exam. This course is now an entire part of our course curriculum. This course is offered…

Website Update

The National Orthopaedic Division has been updating its website functions behind the scenes and combining with the Orthodived site to improve access to information and navigation. We are excited to announce that we are just a couple months away from launching the site. Stay tuned for further updates and information on the ‘go live’ date.

Please join us in Welcoming New Members to the Communication Committee of the National Orthopaedic Division

Jennifer Aberhart- Taking on the role of Social Media Coordinator Manuel Villatoro- Member at large

An Update from the Chair of NOD Regarding the Proposed Financial Changes by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association

“I am sure many of you are patiently awaiting further updates regarding CPA’s proposed financial changes. Over the past weeks the Division Chair’s Committee (DCC) and I have had extensive communication with CPA and the Board. The push back Brad Brookman and the Board received from our membership was surprising to them – and effective.…

Executive Director Position for the National Orthopaedic Division

NOD executive has near finalized the job description for the Executive Director position. Our Governance Committee met on several occasions through 2017. The description is based on the environmental scan previously completed for the proposed Executive Director position and incorporated feedback from our associated Committees as well as Key Informants. We have a plan and…

Improve your Clinical Reasoning, Assessment and Treatment Skills

The Orthopaedic Division Curriculum promotes excellence in the field of Physiotherapy through education. Only our Education system and our affiliate University programs can lead to accreditation within IFOMPT. Access best practices and learn from a community of expert professionals. The long history of excellence, highly qualified instructors, and rigorous examination process ensures professional growth and…