Athletes in the Pacific have unique needs when it comes to physiotherapy. The Pacific region encompasses a vast area, with diverse cultures, lifestyles, and environmental factors that can impact an athlete’s health and well-being. Here are some of the physiotherapy needs that athletes in the Pacific may have: Injury Prevention: With a warmer climate and outdoor sports, athletes in the Pacific are prone to
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First aid is an important component of the game that the PNG Rugby Union recognises as part of their High Performance training and education programs. In conducting the World Rugby First Aid and Concussion Level 1 certification training, course facilitator and PNGRU head physiotherapist Hendriella Vilosi said there are two parts –– the online component –– plus the practical component with the medical educators.
Our team of Physiotherapists participated last week in a two part Masterclass series made possible by the Australian High Commission Papua New Guinea , KUMUL Consolidated Holdings , PNG Olympic Committee and PNG Sports Foundation. The Team PNG Performance Strategy has a focus area that looks at upskilling local and elite sport science and sports medicine practitioners in order to excel our Team PNG
“YOU should take up physiotherapy,” Hendriella’s father, a Doctor by profession suggested to her after returning from the annual medical symposium in 2007. The discussion during the symposium that year was about the need for physiotherapy in the country. Hendriella Vilosi who comes from a mixed parentage of Bougainville and East New Britain province was doing grade 11 then. She had not decided on