Get started on two new free courses available on Physiopedia Plus

We have recently updated the courses available for Trial Physiopedia Plus (Plus) members, which means anyone can try 2 of our most popular professional development courses for free – what are you waiting for?

Our aim is to make Plus the go-to place for all your professional development – whether that’s to do courses to improve you knowledge, join webinars to interact with clinical experts, or to access hundreds of free ebooks and journals to keep on top of the evidence. We think the professional development tools we offer on Plus are unrivalled in the world of rehabilitation, but we realise you might not be sure. That’s why we offer different membership levels, including a Plus Trial Membership, giving you an opportunity to look around and see a taster of what is on offer to support your career.

Try Plus for free

To help you decide if our courses are for you we understand you need to try them, so we have recently updated the courses available through our Trial membership. You can sign up for FREE today, and get started on:

  1. Exploring Foot Anatomy: part of the very popular Exploring Anatomy Programme, this course will have you confident in your knowledge of foot movement and function, and keen to take on all those tricky foot patients.

  1. Gluteal Considerations in the Management of Patellofemoral Pain: Learn to assess and rehabilitate the gluteal muscles in patellofemoral pain with expert Claire Robertson.

Try Plus for free

Sign up for free, try the courses, share them with your colleagues and have a good look around Plus – and we would love to have you subscribe and get going on all the rest of the resources too.

Physiopedia Plus is a subscription site that offers internationally accredited continuing education and professional development opportunities for the global rehabilitation community in 6 languages.

Your subscription fees fund the Physiopedia charity website to keep it updated and openly accessible to all.

Your subscription also provides FREE access to Plus for rehabilitation professionals in low income countries.

There are also discounts available depending on where you live and for students.