Between the 4th and 7th of October, Id-Dar tal-Providenza with the collaboration of the Malta Association of Physiotherapists, organised a specialised Course in Hydrokinetic Therapy. The course, which was led by Dott.ssa Maria Cristina Gualtieri, a physiotherapist who specialises in Hyrdrokinetic Therapy, assisted by Omor Milanesi, was based on four modules which included: Hydrokinetic therapy as a means of rehabilition in Orthopaedic, Soft Tissue Injuries and Neurological cases in children and adults. Each module included theoretical and practical sessions with actual clients in the Aquatherapy Pool at Id-Dar tal-Providenza.
The scope of the course was for physiotherapists taking part to get to know how this rehabilitating method can make full use of its therapeutic potential.
Fifteen physiotherapists, three of them Dar tal-Providenza employees, took part in the course. They participated with great interest and interactivity.
This was the second time that Id-Dar tal-Providenza organised this course. At the end of the course, Fr Martin Micallef, Director of Id-Dar tal-Providenza, distributed certificates of participation to the physiotherapists who attended.
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