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Become specialised as a physiotherapist in performing arts

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IF YOU ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT PERFORMING ARTS AND MUSIC,
THIS WEBINAR IS FOR YOU

In it, I will guide you to enter a specialty of the present and future that you will fall in love with. What’s more, I will talk to you about the new edition of the online course in Music Physiotherapy.

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Hi

I’m Ana Velázquez,

physiotherapist, founder of CPAE and a lover of performing arts.

I started doing theatre when I was 8 years old, and this passion led me to study physiotherapy.

I combined my studies with multiple trainings in prevention of injuries, ergonomy and even emotional intelligence with the aim of assisting the artists in a very specific way that allowed them to improve their performance.

In 2009 I started to dream about creating a specialty within physiotherapy which was oriented to performing arts.

It was more than needed. Artists were crying out for it.

Today my dream is a reality… And I want that all physiotherapists who want to can become specialised in this very specific field which is so much needed.

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WHEN SIGNING UP TO THE WEBINAR…

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You’ll learn how to identify the physical and mental needs and requests of the performing arts artist.

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You will know that causes injuries in the artist and the most common mistakes they make in their daily life.

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You will detect when intervention from the physiotherapist is needed within the rehabilitation, prevention work and optimisation of the performance of the musician.

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You will have the unique possibility of immersing yourself in a new speciality hand in hand with Ana Velázquez, reference person in the field.

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If you are passionate about performing arts and music,
in this webinar you will discover how to work from physiotherapy with them.

You will immediately receive the steps to access the webinar and watch it today. Let’s go! I’m in!

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