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Meet the practitioner: Mark Armour

OH physiotherapist and honorary chair of ACPOHE


John Ballard speaks to Mark Armour, honorary chair of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE)..

What is ACPOHE?
The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE) is a professional network of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy founded in 1947. ACPOHE sets standards, produces guidance, and provides education to support physiotherapists in work and health. It also represents physiotherapy within the national occupational health (OH) arena. It has around 400 members, of which 100 are ‘registered’ (see below).

Where do OH physiotherapists practise?
ACPOHE members work in all the typical OH settings – from manufacturing to white collar. They provide consultancy services with regards to ergonomic design and injury prevention; deliver manual handling training and support…


John Ballard, editor


Author: Ballard J


Occupational Health at Work April/May 2017 (vol. 13/6) pp17

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