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    Physio insurance

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    Which company do you use for your Australian professional indemnity insurance??

    Is Physiosure good??

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    Re: Physio insurance

    The Physiosure policies are Physiobases PI insurance products. These are backed by CGNU, one of the worlds most reputable insurers with a huge reserve. This is unlike some others in the market.

    Physiobase has been insuring Australian PTs for over 5 years and brings to all registered Aussie Physios the best PI policies at the best price in the country. We are the number one choice for your PI insurance in Australia with an annual growth rate of about 30%.

    So, as I developed the product and as our PI customers have never had a claim we consider our group to be the strongest, risk free group in the country. So yes Physiosure policies are not only good, they are GREAT!

    Also all Physiosure customers also get an annual subscription to our new joint publication with sportEX medicine, one of the best clinical PT magazines on the planet. You can buy online at http://www.physiosure.com

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    Talking Re: Physio insurance

    oops!!!!
    sorry ! i'm new 2 all these!!!!!!

    can any 1 tell me what a physio insurance is?
    whay do a physio require it ??


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    Smile Re: Physio insurance

    Very interesting adarsh_physio! In many western countries, in fact all I would think, it is important for any healthcare practitioner to have professional malpractice insurance cover. This indemnifies the practitioner against things like clinical negilgence and/or products liability should a patient get injured during their treatment and try to sue the therapist as a result. I hope this gives you a bit more information about what we are talking about here.

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    Re: Physio insurance

    Quote Originally Posted by physiobob View Post
    Very interesting adarsh_physio! In many western countries, in fact all I would think, it is important for any healthcare practitioner to have professional malpractice insurance cover. This indemnifies the practitioner against things like clinical negilgence and/or products liability should a patient get injured during their treatment and try to sue the therapist as a result. I hope this gives you a bit more information about what we are talking about here.
    yeah ! tnx 4 the information


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    Re: Physio insurance

    Must have Kinesiology Taping DVD
    hi

    I got a job at Spa in Dublin, Ireland - I do some massages, body treatments there .... etc - anyway i don't want to stay long with that spa - just looking for 100% physio job.

    could you help me how to choose perfect insurance for me ?? i know it's different for massage therapist and for physio - but maby.... do u know if there is something I could get when work as Physio and massage therapist?

    HELP PLEASE :0



 
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