Press Release

Buhari’s son’s post-operative care: ‘Nigeria has over 750 trained Physiotherapists to handle such'

Our attention has been drawn to some misconceptions which have arisen from a recent interview granted by the Hounorable Minister of Health on channels television program hard copy.

The minister claimed that the president's son did not go abroad for treatment but for rehabilitation thereby suggesting that rehabilitation was not a form or part of treatment.

FG urged to provide lasting solution to health workers strike

The Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy (NSP), the umbrella professional body of Physiotherapists practicing in Nigeria since 1959, wishes to draw the attention of the Federal Govenrment to the State of our health institutions and the injustice in the system that paved way for the on-going strike action by the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) in the hospitals.

Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) Strike: Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy (NSP) Position

The Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy (NSP), the umbrella professional body of Physiotherapists practicing in Nigeria since 1959, wishes to draw the attention of the Federal Government to the State of our health institutions and the injustice in the system that paved way for the on-going strike action by the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) in the hospitals.

communiqué from Salt City 2017

COMMUNIQUÉ ARISING FROM THE 57th ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) HELD AT ABAKILIKI EBONYI STATE from 22-28th OCTOBER 2017.

INTRODUCTION.

The participation level of physiotherapists to this years conference was very impressive. The week long of activities starting from the Chopdin workshop and AGM,Pre-confrence workshop,plenaries and scientific sessions went without a hitch and were highly educative. The NSP Novelty Match was a thing of beauty. THE RESOLUTIONS FROM THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ARE;

NSP condemns Xenophobic attacks in South Africa

THE NIGERIA SOCIETY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY (NSP) CONDEMNS XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS

The Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy(NSP) is appalled by the recent series of xenophobic attacks of South Africans on foreign nationals living and working in South Africa. The violence started in Durban, South Africa and had extended to some parts of Johannesburg. Although no Nigerian had been reported killed, the NSP is not comfortable with the continuous attacks targeted at foreigners, their homes and businesses.

NSP condems ongoing strike action by the Nigerian Medical Association

The Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy (NSP) has on different platforms condemned the ongoing strike action by the Nigerian Medical Association. The NSP views the strike action as unjustifiable and illegitimate. The NMA overstepped her bound for engaging in industrial action as a non registered trade union. The NMA is not greater than the law of the land and should be called to order with immediate effect by the relevant law enforcement agents of government as their current action is in violation of the law of the land.