We aim to keep abreast of new developments within the physiotherapy environment through continued education.
- Monthly in-house training sessions for all physiotherapists at our practice
- Membership with Physiopedia (through Namibian Society of Physiotherapy membership) for access to other courses and research material
- Training for nurses and porters on various topics
- Presentations to corporates and schools on ergonomics and other relevant topics
- Supervision, training and development of intern physiotherapists
We follow strict quality assurance guidelines and protocols, to ensure delivery of the best possible service by our physiotherapists and admin staff alike. We are running a quality improvement project on early mobilisation in ICU, based on results from a study conducted by one of our physiotherapists for her master’s degree. Our physiotherapists work in both an out-patient and hospital environment.
In the hospital setting, our physiotherapists tend to patients with various orthopaedic, neurological, surgical, cardiac, medical, and pulmonary conditions. We also offer our services to COVID patients both in-hospital, and on an outpatient basis for post-acute and long-COVID rehabilitation. In the outpatient setting our physiotherapists tend to patients with orthopaedic and sporting injuries (including post-operative), respiratory and neurological conditions. We also provide rehabilitation after cardiac, hip, knee, and back surgery.
Intern Physiotherapist Post
Newly qualified physiotherapist, with a 4-year qualification, who has either just graduated or completed the community service year in South Africa:
We are looking for someone with a strong work ethic, is dependable, and has a positive attitude. The candidate must be adaptable, self-motivated, willing to learn. Self-confidence, professionalism and commitment are also required traits. We offer exposure to all areas of physiotherapy, both in and out of hospital. We work very closely with the specialists and all other members of the multidisciplinary team. We offer a market-related salary and provide the mentoring and training to pass the qualifying exam for full registration with the Health Professions Council of Namibia (HPCNA). Physiotherapists must register with the HPCNA to be able to work in Namibia. Non-Namibians need to be in possession of a valid work permit.
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