FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is the process for registration in NEPTA?  Kindly refer this link , here! Can Nepalese Physiotherapist add Dr. Prefix ? As per the current law , rules and regulations of Nepal , Nepalese physiotherapist can not write Dr. Prefix […]

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Living Conditions Among People with Disability in Nepal

National federation of disabled Nepal(NFDN) finalized the  report ,” Living conditions among people with disability in Nepal” The study was carried out as the household survey for the period of 2014-2015 jointly by NFDN , Nepal valley research group, Federation […]

Plans & Policies

Joint Statement: A Global Call for Rehabilitation

A group of 19 organisations including WCPT, WFOT , ISPO, Handicap International and other like minded organizations have come together to develop a statement expressing concerns that rehabilitation services and access to health services for people with disabilities are often […]

Nepal Earthquake Plans & Policies

NEPTA is Working during #NepalEarthquake

We are pleased to hear about the continuing hard work and dedication of Nepal Physiotherapy Association (NEPTA) members providing high quality patient care to the many acute injuries in this difficult time. Doctors, patients and the community have become more […]

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History of Physiotherapy (in Nepal)

1970’s Army trained Leprosy trained On the job trained by expatriates Trained in India   1980’s 1983 Certificate course Institute of Medicine (IOM), Tribhuvan University entry after SLC 2 ½ years 1983-1990 Approximately 50 graduates   1990’s No formal physiotherapy […]

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Demographic Survey for Nepali Physios

Dear Colleagues, Please accept the sincere greetings from NEPTA!           After the successful completion of NEPTACON and formation of new executive board, now we are at the process of prioritizing activities focused on enhancing physiotherapy profession. […]

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Welcome to Nepal Physiotherapy Association

This is the official website of the Nepal Physiotherapy Association (NEPTA), which represents over 300 physiotherapists around Nepal and abroad. NEPTA works with governments and educational bodies to try to ensure that a quality physiotherapy service is available when and […]