• "Looking after your health today gives you a better hope for tomorrow."

  • "Looking after your health today gives you a better hope for tomorrow."

  • "Looking after your health today gives you a better hope for tomorrow."

Government Physiotherapists’ Association

The Government Physiotherapists ’Association is the sole voice for Government Physiotherapists, representing 325 physiotherapists’ island wide .The Association operates as a non-profit organization and is registered in1957 as a trade union under the trade union ordinance. Although the association is a trade union, it works for social wellbeing as an organization while it works to protect, promote the interests of its members in respect of their prospects and privileges and general conditions of employment.

  • Education

    The GPA is committed to the concept of continuing professional education. The GPA offers it’s members advanced training and lectures from renowned and well experienced physiotherapists.

  • Membership

    Throughout the year GPA plans and implements various awareness programmes to make the general public aware about physiotherapy. This includes online and offline campaigns, workshops and seminars.

  • Awareness

    SuspendisseThroughout the year GPA plans and implements various awareness programmes to make the general public aware about physiotherapy. This includes online and offline campaigns, workshops and seminars.

EVENTS

  • 19
    APR
    PT - REMIX

    YMBA BORELLA

  • 18
    SEP
    Physiotherapy day

    Physiotherapy day scientific session was held on 18th September 2012 with a massive number of member participation.

  • 23
    JAN
    Workshop and Exhibition

    Workshop and exhibition on sport physiotherapy was held with the participation of the Minister Mr Mithreepala Sirisena.

NEWS

  • UN’s new framework to b

    The United Nations will set a new agenda on sustainable development at a major summit to be held in September this year.

  • Is it time to put elect

    It’s time to smash the myths about electrophysical agents (EPAs) and put them back in the physical therapy toolbox where they