Last few remaining places to be allocated.
The IIPT is the leading health care teaching facility in Ireland since 1994.
The IIPT run the only externally internationally recognised courses in Ireland.
The IIPT have had students who studied at other institutes in Ireland. Why not hear what they have to say before you decide what course is best suited to your needs.
Kieran Corcoran D.O, G.O.C, M.I.O.A. (Osteopath)
Malcom Wills. D.O.
Jennifer Cronin D.O, G.O.C, M.I.O.A. (Osteopath)
Eoin Flynn D.O, G.O.C. M.I.O.A. (Osteopath)
Michael Greaney L.C.S.P. (Phys) Manipulative Therapist
Donal Twomey L.C.S.P. (Phys) Manipulative Therapist
Rose Marie O’Leary IIPT (Phys) Manipulative Therapist
Janette Towey IIPT (Phys) Manipulative Therapist
Orla Mc Govern IIPT (Phys) Physical Therapist and Radiography
Dr. Joe Hartnett MB, BCH, BAO, D. obs Doctor of Medicine
Paula Bracken, Radiography
Gaelle Monnier D.O.
Mr. Kieran Corcoran D.O.
Mr. Eoin Flynn D.O.
Mr. Malcolm Wills D.O.
Jennifer Cronin D.O, G.O.C, M.I.O.A.
We have added a new Sports Management Diploma course and a Cranial Diploma Course to the college curriculum. People who have successfully completed the physical therapy course are eligible for entry. These are both one year part time diploma courses with some differences: no homework and only one final exam.
The Sports Management Course will deal with advanced sports injuries, x-ray diagnosis, lymphatic/neuromuscular massage and dry needling. This one year part time course will be of great benefit to anybody working in the sports injury field.
The Cranial course is a very gentle way of treating a host of complaints ranging from colic babies to adult T.M.J/headaches. This fascinating subject takes the student through the osteopathic approach to cranial treatment and how to treat babies with problems that relate to the birth process, to adults where physical therapy has not worked or the treatment has plateaued.
If you are currently practising as a Physical Therapist, why not think about our advanced course on spinal manipulations?
The course commences in Sept 2011 and will cover all aspects of examination, diagnosing and treatment of somatic dysfunction of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. The course will also examine disease processes that present as muscular skeletal pain in a clinical setting. The student will also cover radiography and pharmacology. The tutor team for this course is made up of doctors, osteopaths, radiographers and manipulative therapists. For more information on this course that will increase your understanding of patients who present with back pain in a clinical situation, contact the office or indeed look up the website for more information.
If you would like further information please telephone Pauline at 021 4309861 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Kieran Corcoran D.O.
Finally a course that offers everything a therapist needs to know to be able to properly assess and treat patients. I’ve been doing courses in Physical Therapy and related subjects for over 10 years in various colleges in Ireland and none compare to the Irish Institute of Physical Therapy. The tutors are to be commended for their work and motivation. In my opinion if your serious about helping patients you need to train at the I.I.P.T.
— Derek King, 086-6092834
Practitioner Diploma Courses
Now Enrolling for Autumn 2012