Improving global health through universal access to physiotherapy knowledge

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Physiopedia

Wikipedia for physiotherapy
The free comprehensive online reference written by physiotherapists for physiotherapists

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News for the profession
All the latest professional news and clinically relevant research presented online and for free

Physiopedia Plus

Learn, develop and connect
Online courses for continuing education and professional development. Learn with your colleagues from around the globe

About Physiopedia

Our mission

Improving global health through universal access to physiotherapy knowledge

Our vision

Open knowledge, open education, open research through global collaboration

Our goals

We strive to reach and involve every physiotherapist in the world

“Wouldn’t it be great if all physiotherapists around the world were constantly creating and updating content to build one constantly evolving online textbook for our profession” – Rachael Lowe
“You guys have totally changed my practice by becoming more inquisitive and having better access to the evidence. I think Physiopedia helps us to push our boundaries and question why we are doing certain practices.” - Michael Cline PT

Contribute

Volunteers

Any physiotherapist or physical therapist anywhere in the world can edit Physiopedia. Become an editor or join our volunteer programme to make your contribution.

Universities

Universities providing physiotherapy and physical therapy education are invited to involve their students to contribute content to Physiopedia as part of an educational project.

Organisations

Clinics and professional organisations are invited to engage their staff and members in contributing to Physiopedia as continuing education and professional development projects.

The Physiopedia charity is supported by organisations that collaborate in various ways to help us in our mission to provide open education for the global Physiotherapy and Physical therapy profession.
“The International Committee of the Red Cross is proud to have supported three open courses developed and delivered by Physiopedia on lower limb amputee rehabilitation, managing children with cerebral palsy and clubfoot” - Barbara Rau ICRC
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