L’Association canadienne de physiothérapie (ACP) représente plus de 14 000 physiothérapeutes, assistants-physiothérapeutes et étudiants en physiothérapie du Canada. Les membres de l’ACP sont des professionnels de la réadaptation dédiés à la santé, à la mobilité et à la bonne forme physique des Canadiens. En partenariat avec les branches des provinces et des territoires et avec les divisions de pratique, l’ACP permet à ses membres d’apprendre, de partager leur savoir et d’améliorer la pratique. L’ACP fournit des ressources, de la formation et des idées et travaille à défendre la profession afin de permettre à notre communauté professionnelle de mieux servir les Canadiens.

Mission

L’objectif de l’ACP est l’avancement de la profession en vue de l’amélioration de la santé des Canadiens.

Promesse à nos membres

L’objectif de l’ACP est d’offrir un service exceptionnel et une information précieuse, et de favoriser les liens et les relations entre les membres de la profession partout au Canada et ailleurs dans le monde.

 

The Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) represents over 14,000 physiotherapists, physiotherapist assistants and physiotherapist students across Canada.

CPA members are rehabilitation professionals dedicated to the health, mobility and fitness of Canadians.

In partnership with provincial and territorial branches and practice divisions, CPA enables members to learn, share knowledge and enhance practice. CPA provides resources, education, ideas and advocacy to enable our professional community to better serve Canadians.

Mission

CPA’s purpose is to advance the profession of physiotherapy in order to improve the health of Canadians.

Promise to Members

CPA’s goal is to provide exceptional service, valuable information and connections to the profession of physiotherapy across Canada and around the world.

The Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s (CPA) board of directors is comprised of eight members who represent physiotherapists and physiotherapist assistants. Two external directors are appointed by the board for their expertise in fields other than physiotherapy.

CPA members are entitled to be heard and to have access to sufficient information to make an informed decision about the value and success of their professional association.

To achieve this, CPA members have established a constitution in the form of bylaws, rules and regulations.

CPA members are responsible for the bylaws. Only members can ratify bylaw changes.

The CPA Board of Directors is responsible for rules and regulations. Members are entitled to know about modifications in a timely manner, and can question the Board on the appropriateness of any changes at the Annual General Meeting (AGM).

Questions for the board can be emailed to cpaboard@physiotherapy.ca

Want to work with CPA?

Make an impact on the health and well-being of Canadians and join a winning team.

If you are passionate about health, physical activity and the well-being of Canadians, you have come to the right place. The Canadian Physiotherapy Association advocates for important issues in physical rehabilitation, we educate the public about the benefits of physiotherapy and we support over 14,000 physiotherapist and assistant members to succeed in their clinical practice.

We are committed to getting Canadians moving, moving more and moving better with the help of physiotherapy.  Visit www.physiotherapy.ca for current opportunities and make an impact to improve health care in Canada.

Canadian Physiotherapy Association

955 Green Valley Crescent, Suite 270
Ottawa, Ontario
K2C 3V4

Phone:
(613) 564-5454
(800) 387-8679

Email:
information@physiotherapy.ca