Only two weeks left to to get discounted access to Physiopedia Plus!

In October the price of joining up to Physiopedia Plus (PP+) will rise to £99 (UK pounds).
Join now at $120 (US dollars) and keep this cheaper rate for life!  As always, 
discounts are available for students and middle income countries and low income countries get it free!!

The recent update to PP+ gives you many new features:

  1. an innovative personal learning environment with an interactive dashboard that racks your learning activities
  2. PP+ points, our own equivalent to CEUs and CPD points
  3. the opportunity to converse with colleagues all over the world in the new discussion forum
  4. ‘live’ learn topics starting with a 4 week low back pain course in October with contributions from international experts

We will be continuing to make small updates over time that you may or may not notice.  If they are big and exciting we’ll be sure to tell you!  In line with updating our member area we will be aligning the price with our own UK currency and making a small price increase to cover the costs of the new features.  This price increase will happen on 1st  October so if you join up in September you will get a 20% discount.  Compared to other online continuing education and professional development options it’s not expensive, it’s a great deal!

Join us now at the 20% discount price $120 (US dollars), that’s around £80 (UK pounds)

As always we are true to our mission of providing universal access to physiotherapy education and offer great discounts for students (50% discount) and individuals from middle income countries (upper middle income countries get 30% discount and lower middle income countries get a 60% discount).  Individuals from low income countries get free access! 

Apply for your personal discount code

Check out the new personal learning environment that we’re so excited about…..

new look physiopedia plus (PP+) dashboard for physiotherapy and physical therapy continuing education and professional development

Sign up for a trial account to take a look around

 

 

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Out of all 291 conditions studied in the Global Burden of Disease 2010 Study, neck pain ranked 4th highest in terms of disability and 21st in terms of overall burden.

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