The physical therapy students at the University of the West Indies, Mona campus in Jamaica celebrated World Physical Therapy Day through carrying out online social media promotion of various World Physical Therapy Day themes.
The Malaysian Physiotherapy Association, Malaysia Universiti Kebangsaan, Gleneagles Kuala Lumpar, KPJ Damansara Specialist Hospital and Ramsay Sime Darby Healthcare College all celebrated World PT Day.
To celebrate World Physical Therapy Day, Physiotherapy New Zealand launched a competition to hear how physiotherapy has helped individuals by completing the sentence: “‘thanks to my physio I now can…”.
The Polish Society of Physiotherapy marked World Physical Therapy Day 2014 via their social media channels and encouraged all Polish physiotherapists to celebrate the day with a specially produced poster.
On Monday 8th September World Physical Therapy Day was highlighted across the country by hundreds of members of the Swedish Association of Physiotherapists. Many of the activities were centred around the name change to “physiotherapist”.
The Zimbabwe Physiotherapy Association (ZPA) decided to mark World Physical Therapy Day 2014 with the launch of its manifesto, the ‘Standards of Excellence in Physiotherapy Practice’ at a function it hosted in Harare, Zimbabwe.