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International Society for Electrophysical Agents in Physical Therapy
 
 
International Society for Electrophysical Agents in Physical Therapy

WELCOME to the official website of the International Society for Electrophysical Agents in Physical Therapy (ISEAPT), an official subgroup of World Physiotherapy since 2011. ISEAPT is an international physical therapy organization with specific interest in the area of Electrophysical Agents (EPA).  
 
Footnote: This website is being hosted temprorarily by IRYO SOSEI UNIVERSITY, JAPAN while plans are being made for a more permanent web server.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
4 July 2022
International ISEAPT Survey on Availability and Usage of EPA (dateline extended to 30 July)
There are currently about 839 responses to the survey as follows:
1. Argentina 20
2. Cambodia 27
3. Costa Rica 91
4. Hong Kong 0
5. Indonesia 100
6. Israel 43
7. Japan 113
8. South Korea 0
9. Kuwait 27
10. Lithuania 0
11. Malaysia 57
12. Singapore 43
13. Spain 53
14. Taiwan 3
15. United Kingdom 13
16. United States of America 9
17. Others 240
 
The dateline has been extended to July 30th. To participate, please click on the link below:
 
20 May 2022
Inaugural ISEAPT Summit (23 to 25 September 2022)
The ISEAPT Board is pleased to announce that the inaugural ISEAPT Summit will be held in conjunction with the Indonesian Physiotherapy Association (IPA) annual congress, and hosted by IPA as follows:
Venue: Jakarta (in-person) and Zoom (online)
Date: 23 to 24 September (ISEAPT Summit); 23 to 25 September (IPA Congress)
Theme: Past, Present and Future of EPA
Registration: ISEAPT Summit (Free), send email to: iseapt2011@yahoo.com
                      IPA Congress https://fisioevent.com/pendaftaran/
For more information, click here.
 
20 May 2022
International ISEAPT Survey on Availability and Usage of EPA (25 May to 25 July)
At the 8th Board Meeting on 23 September 2021, the ISEAPT Board tasked Yuichi Abe (Board Member) to prepare and conduct an online survey for all member countries on the availability and usage of EPA, and to present the results at the inaugural ISEAPT Summit. The English language survey was also translated into 5 other languages (Arabic, Hebrew, Indonesian, Japanese, Spanish). The results will serve as a baseline status of EPA and 5-year follow-up studies were also planned in order to monitor changes in usage trends. These studies will provide the ISEAPT Board members with data to guide decision making and strategies for implementation. To participate, please click on the link below: