The Irish Institute of Physical Therapy now called ICOM has been a leader in Physical Therapy training in Ireland since 1994. September 2018 sees the government giving protection of title to Physiotherapists, they have also included Physical Therapy in this title. What this means is that you can only use this title if you have a full time degree course in Physiotherapy. We therefore had to change the title of our courses but the training remains the same, so does the content and the ability to practice after qualification is exactly the same. These courses can now be used as modules if the graduate decides they wish to study Osteopathy here in Ireland so, Same Professional courses in Physical Therapy & Spinal Manipulations since 1994 just different name
Whether you’re a second / third level student or someone who would like a change of direction in their profession, our college can offer you part time practitioner’s diploma courses in the fast growing field of complementary medicine.
Our college has a full range of video library and the college facilities are made available to students for study groups and tutorial sessions.
Our college is the only college in Ireland that allow students to attend one of our clinics and while supervised to treat patients with conditions that are covered on the course. This gives the student a unique opportunity to see patients from their first visit and to be involved in the diagnosis straight through to the treatment and rehab program. These types of benefits make our college the first choice for serious students who want to work in the field of complementary medicine while learning in the best possible environment to ensure an enjoyable learning experience.
All final exams are externally accredited by examiners from the U.K.
These examiners oversee all final exams to ensure impartiality and the highest standards.