Professional Development

Here are our latest posts on Physio professional development.

We’ve included topics like external CPD courses, pay negotiations and salary contracts.

If you’ve got any topic requests, shoot us a DM via our Facebook page.

Physiobase/Physiosure have stopped Professional Indemnity insurance!

All Physiotherapists in Australia needed Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance as part of their AHPRA registration. And for those who shopped around for the best ...
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searching for a career boost

Get a career boost (when you’re stuck in a rut)

A Physio's urge for a career boost kicks in around 5 years after graduation, or 5 years after working at the same place. It's ...
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final year physio students

Final year Physio students – get a head start on the job market

Most final year Physio students begin to think about life after study. How will you get a good job in a competitive job market? ...
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overseas physio working in Australia

Step-by-step process for an overseas Physio working in Australia

The process for an overseas Physio working in Australia can seem a bit confusing, particularly when you're doing your own research online. We've summarised ...
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social media and physiotherapy

Is social media killing our image?

It seems that social media like Instagram and Facebook are the quickest ways for a Physiotherapist to build reputation these days. It's not uncommon ...
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What’s your professional development goal?

For a Physiotherapist, professional development should be about accruing enough hours to tick that box on your registration every year.

Physio CPD is an amazing opportunity to grow your career in the direction that gives you the most satisfaction, working with the clients you want to work with.

The more you can develop your Physiotherapy skills and reasoning, the less frustration you’ll feel with unexplained responses to treatment or that meh feeling when every ankle looks like an ATFL injury.

But growth like that doesn’t come from just attending courses and staying in the game for enough years to be called a “senior” Physio.

It’s the result of careful planning and focusing on your goals in order, to achieve career success and growth (and the salary to match).