Physiotherapists across India to start their own profession

Indian physiotherapist, bank physiotherapy, and sports physiotheracist requirements are being updated to ensure a level playing field for all, said Anil Ananth Kumar, vice-president of the Indian Association of Physiotherapy and Sports.

“We have to bring all these professions into the 21st century,” Kumar said.

“Physiotherapeutic assistants and physiotherapeuticians are the key jobs in India.

So, we are very confident that all these jobs will get the right support.”

The Indian Association for Physiopharmacology and Sports (IAPS) also recently published a draft of the new labour code for physiotheraphysicians.

However, we have started a consultation on this draft.” “

As of now, we do not have a working draft.

However, we have started a consultation on this draft.”

The draft code will be introduced in the coming months.

“A new code is expected to be ready in a couple of months,” Kumar added.

“Once the draft is submitted to the ministry, we will submit the draft code for submission to the national assembly.”

IAPS members will gather on January 16 to discuss the draft labour code and the new code.

“IAPS has already started working on a draft code of labour and we will work closely with the ministry on that,” Kumar told CBC News.

A new draft code is also being considered in the United States, according to Kumar.

The IAPS is also considering the need to update the occupational health codes of the United Kingdom and Australia.

“There are some things that are being discussed that we would like to see in our country,” Kumar continued.

“It is a very big task to revise the codes.”

Fiona Rogers, Physiotherapist, in Vishrantwar in Kerala says there are too many cases of women being abused

Anirban Sen, a social worker from the city of Guntur in Kerala, said that women who work as physiotherapists were often harassed by men, often after coming into contact with the patients, who were often the victims of domestic violence.

“There are too few cases of abuse in the profession, but I have witnessed cases of some women being attacked in the workplace,” Sen said.

He said that the lack of protection for women in the state, where nearly half the women work, has made them vulnerable to being harassed.

“They (the women) are vulnerable because they are not treated with respect and they are victims of crime,” he said.

Sen said that he is hoping that the Kerala government will enact a law against domestic violence, and also provide safe spaces for women to stay and work in their professions.

“It is very important to provide women access to safety.

There is a need to change this situation in the society and I am hoping that this is happening in the next few years,” he added.