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Providing Education for Physiotherapy in Cystic Fibrosis

COVID-19 update: we are all embarking on unprecedented times at the moment and it would be understandable if you are feeling overwhelmed by the ever-changing situation of COVID-19 nationally and internationally. Now, more than ever, it is important that as physiotherapists we promote and support optimal treatment regimens for individuals with CF. Please use CFPhysio.com to provide you with the resources to more confidently treat your patients with CF. We will try to provide you up to date resources as they become available for management of a respiratory patient testing positive to COVID-19.  Please be vigilant with hand hygiene and the use of appropriate PPE for treating all patients with CF.

Cystic Fibrosis Education

CFPhysio.com aims to provide continued professional development for physiotherapists working in Cystic Fibrosis care. This resource is also designed for individuals with CF and their families, carers, and community. The education provided does not replace routine clinical care. This resource may empower individuals with CF to become involved and proactive in their healthcare journey.

Cystic Fibrosis Courses

These free Cystic Fibrosis courses are available to physiotherapists and health care professionals working with individuals with CF.

Collaborative Efforts

CFPhysio.com and the course content has been sourced from healthcare professionals working in CF specialised centres in Australia & New Zealand.

Individuals with CF

This information is designed for individuals with CF, their family, partners, carers and the 
community.

Need Support?

If you’re having issues with accessing your course or have a general question, please contact us.

We want to hear from you

Please contact us and tell us what you want to learn more about. Is there a technique we haven’t included in the video demonstrations that you would like to see? Is there a technique or a concept you don’t quite understand and would like to know how to explain it to your patient? This site is designed for you, so we want to know what you want.

This website has been endorsed by the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand

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This website has been supported and developed through an unrestricted education grant from Vertex.

A need for resources

We have listened, and we have designed this for you. Both physiotherapists and individuals with CF have reported their journey in the health care system can sometimes be difficult, with some health care professionals not understanding their medical condition, or not having the skills to optimise their physiotherapy regimen. This website is designed as a resource for physiotherapists working with individuals with CF however may not have extensive experience in this clinical area, or are not regularly seeing individuals with CF (weekend, on call work, or working with smaller CF cohorts in regional areas).  The information provided will provide you with a practical translation of current evidence based literature. This website may assist in your ongoing professional development, and improve your knowledge and confidence in CF physiotherapy management.

Individuals with CF can be empowered through education. If you have CF please use this website to enhance the care you are already receiving by appropriately trained health care professionals. The information on the website might help provide you with the confidence to ask more questions in clinic, or consolidate techniques and information previously or recently given to you by your treating physiotherapist. You can watch videos of other individuals with CF being taught how to do various airway clearance techniques and other useful information. Be confident to be proactive and involved in your health journey.

Begin your further education in Cystic Fibrosis today.

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Website Terms of Use

All content and media on the CFPhysio website is created and published online for information purposes only. Before viewing the content on the this website you should read the website terms of use and privacy policy. The content in this website is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and should not be relied upon as medical advice. If you have any concerns about your health, or concerns are raised from information on this website, please contact your treating doctor, qualified health professional or local clinic.