Alison took part in a research project with the University of Brighton looking at outcomes of Physiotherapy intervention, and benchmarked against best practice. QAP status can be awarded from meeting criteria to include looking at the benefits from Treatment, number of sessions required, and how promptly we treat patients.
Achieving this status demonstrates her personal commitment to being recognised for the quality of her patient care and outcomes.
This adds on to Alison’s continued professional development and recognition to contributing to proving the effectiveness of Physiotherapy.
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the use of taping and strapping techniques to aid both the treatment and prevention of injuryRead More
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