Please talk to Ms Pauline Harris regarding the level of training that you may already be qualified in, this will enable us to see which level of the course that will be more suited to you.
Once qualified in Osteopathic medicine, it came to my attention that a number of practitioners found that in this country it proved difficult to begin or advance their knowledge in the field of complementary medicine.
All the courses seemed to take place overseas (mostly England). The expense and time consumption of these courses prohibited Irish students from advancing on to further their careers. Together with the Northern Institute of Massage we began teaching courses (part time) in Cork in 1995 and now provide Irelands premier Remedial Massage, Physical Therapy Cranial Theraphy and Manipulative Therapy Diploma Courses.
If you are thinking of a change of direction in your career or indeed if you feel your skills need updating in the field of Complimentary Medicine I can assure you, that you will find our courses will reach the standards that are now being internationally demanded.
Take a first step on your journey by contacting our college to discuss your options and let this day be the start of the rest of your life.
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
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