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Business World News New treaty to save euro splits European Union

Business World News New treaty to save euro splits European Union: Date December 09 , 2011 Leaders of 23 European countries desperate to save the shared currency agreed on a new treaty.

Leaders of 23 European countries desperate to save the continent s shared currency agreed in all-night talks Friday to surrender some sovereignty in a new treaty but failed to get all 27 European Union members to join in.

The split between those in the new treaty and those outside rattles the foundations of a union created to foster peace and prosperity across a bloodied Europe after World War II. The EU has struggled to unite to stem a 2-year-old spiral of debt that started in Greece, has plunged the eurozone into crisis, and now threatens to send the global economy back into recession. Even after Friday s long-awaited deal, watched by governments and markets worldwide, the European leaders have huge hurdles still ahead. They are meeting again later Friday to work out what exactly their new treaty will contain and how violators of its strict budget rules will be policed. They want it written by March. Asian stocks deal tumbled Friday as investors grew increasingly pessimistic that European leaders would conclude this week s crucial summit without finding a solution radical enough to fix the debt crisis.

Britain, which doesn t use the euro, led the push against a treaty tying all 27 EU countries to tighter fiscal union, arguing that it would threaten sovereignty and London s esteemed financial services industry. Germany and France, the eurozone s biggest economies, had pushed for a 27-nation accord. French President Nicolas Sarkozy laid the blame at the feet of British Prime Minister David Cameron. “David Cameron made a proposal that seemed to us unacceptable, a protocol to the treaty that would have exonerated the United Kingdom from a great number of financial service regulations,” Sarkozy said shortly before dawn, after what he called a “difficult” dinner meeting had dragged through the night. “We couldn t accept this. We consider to the contrary that part of the troubles of the world come from the lack of regulation of financial services,” Sarkozy said. “If you want an opt-out clause to not be in the euro and ask to participate in all decisions of the euro … and even criticize it, this is not possible.” Cameron defended his stance. “What was on offer is not in Britain s interest so I didn t agree to it,” he told reporters in Brussels. “We re not in the euro and I m glad we re not in the euro,” he said. “We re never going to join the euro and we re never going to give up this kind of sovereignty that these countries are having to give up.” The French president said work was proceeding on an “intergovernmental accord” among the 17 countries that use the euro plus as many as six others, not counting Britain, Hungary, and so-far undecided Czech Republic and Sweden. Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt signaled after the meeting it was unlikely his country would join the accord. “It would be very odd signing up to a treaty pointing out as if we were a eurozone country,” he told The Associated Press. “And that was never the aim.” The governments signing onto the new treaty will have to agree to allow unprecedented intervention in national budgets by EU-wide bodies. According to a statement issued after the meeting broke up, governments participating in the agreement will need to have balanced budgets which is counted as a structural deficit no greater than 0.5 percent of gross domestic product and will have to amend their constitutions to include such a requirement. The treaty will include an unspecified “automatic correction mechanism” for countries that break the rules, the statement said. In addition, countries that run deficits larger than 3 percent will face sanctions. To prevent such deficits, countries will have to submit their national budgets to the European Commission, which will have the authority to request that they be revised. Countries will also have to report in advance how much they plan to borrow. But Cameron threatened to complicate the new 23-member treaty. “The institutions of the European Union belong to the European Union, belong to the 27” member states, he said. The new treaty would rely on the European Commission and the European Court of Justice to enforce its rules. Despite the challenges ahead, European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said it was a good result for the eurozone, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel praised it. “I have always said the 17 states of the eurogroup have to regain credibility,” she said. “And I believe with today s decisions this can and will be achieved.” The summit meeting in Brussels was viewed as a critical step in the effort to save the euro. The currency is losing the trust of the international financial markets, who fear that some debt-laden euro countries may ultimately be unable to pay their debts. That doubt means that the governments of countries viewed as in a precarious state must pay higher interest to borrow the money they need to carry on and that, in turn, makes their budget deficits even worse and can be unsustainable in the long run. EU officials believe that one way of regaining market trust is to beef up the financial governance overseeing the eurozone countries and their budgets. Any intergovernmental treaty will be an effort to ensure that national budgets are brought into balance and large debts are not run up again. And the officials believe another way to regain the trust of investors is to have enough money on hand to guarantee that eurozone countries won t default on their debts. Toward that end, Herman Van Rompuy, president of the European Council, said the eurozone, together with some other EU countries, would provide up to 200 billion ($268 billion) in extra resources to the International Monetary Fund, to be used to help countries in dire straits. Non-euro countries Sweden and Denmark already said they would contribute some extra money. Sarkozy also said the EU s two bailout funds, meant to rescue countries having trouble refinancing their debts the European Stability Mechanism, or ESM, and the European Financial Stability Facility, or EFSF would be managed by the European Central Bank, though the details still need to be worked out. The failure to get agreement among all 27 EU members came despite a marathon negotiating session. The 27 EU presidents and prime ministers began their talks at 7:30 Thursday evening and continued past 4:30 a.m. More Information visit the site:

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Enjoy The Exotic European Vacation Of A Lifetime

Are you getting ready to go on vacation? When you go on vacation you deserve to enjoy a little special treatment.

Find that special treatment in Europe. This year, take the time to plan and book the European vacation of a lifetime. Be treated the way you deserve. Create memories that you will never forget.

Escape now.

Europe may be the second smallest continent in the world, but it contains a wide variety of unique countries, each with its own distinct culture and each with that something special that makes Europe one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world.

The continent is made up of 48 countries total, offering travelers an almost unparalleled variety of languages, foods, climates, landscapes, religion and traditions to make their vacation experience one of a kind.

When you travel to Europe you will be blessed with the opportunity to sun yourself on the beaches of Greece, snuggle up in a log cabin in Norway, ski the Alps in Switzerland, eat pasta in Italy, enjoy genuine Russian vodka in Russia, dance the salsa and run with the bulls in Spain or visit Santa in Lapland.

The island of Cyprus is among the most popular vacation destinations in Europe. With crystal blue Mediterranean waters, soft sand and lush meadows just sitting and waiting to be enjoyed, Cyprus is the personification of a postcard getaway.

Cyprus offers fantastic opportunities for you and your family to explore or for you and your spouse (or significant other) to slip away for a romantic getaway in one of the most exotic locations on earth.

Eat your way through Greece-literally! Greece is chock full of mouth watering foods. Take the opportunity to try authentic baklava, tzatziki and fabulous ouzo while appreciating the glorious scenery and architecture that is uniquely Greece.

If Greece is your destination be sure to bring your camera to immortalize the rich history that surrounds you. Your children will enjoy the opportunity to experience many of the most famous moments in history hands-on while you and your loved one absorb the romance that haunts the streets of Greece.

In Greece you and your family will enjoy getting up close and personal with visions of brilliant sunsets reflecting off of the dark blue waters and a glass of wine. Relax. Enjoy every moment. Get lost in the pleasures of Greece.

If your destination is not the mainland but rather the Greek Islands, you are in for a real treat. Stay in one place or take advantage of the fine sailing to go island hopping. Travel the clear blue waters on a sailboat or a yacht and discover the unique treasures each island has to offer.

You will enjoy the opportunity to meet the native islanders and expand your palate with cuisine unique to each individual island. The Greek Islands offer a vacation experience that is educational, interesting and, most importantly, fun.

Because of the huge variety of countries and cultures found in Europe, the most difficult part of your European vacation is often not deciding whether or not to go to Europe, but deciding exactly where in Europe you want to go.

Regardless of where you go in Europe, you are going to find a great hotel. If you happen to be an experienced traveler, weeding your way through the wide variety of hotels that Europe has to offer is not going to be difficult. If you are not, however, here are a few things to keep in mind when deciding where to spend the night:

1)Find a hotel that treats you well. There are numerous hotel review sites online, and five minutes of research can save you the horror of a hotel experience that could very well ruin your entire vacation (no matter how beautiful your destination).

2)Look for the luxuries you want in a hotel, such as a spa and an indoor pool. They are out there, regardless of your destination. You just need to find them.

3)It does not matter which European country you visit, there are clean, friendly and affordable hotels available. Do not let yourself settle for second best.

4)Many destinations will offer you the opportunity to book an apartment or villa at a great price, providing you with more space and privacy than you would have in a hotel. This is a great option, particularly if you are traveling with family, and one you should never let pass you by.

Enjoy vacation the way it was meant to be enjoyed. Be treated the way you deserve. Create memories that will last a lifetime.

Escape now.

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All About Modern European Furniture

Modern European Furniture is all the rage especially amongst young professionals today. With busy schedules and limited free time there is less desire to spend a rare free afternoon cleaning and dusting. The new modern European furniture is designed to fit the lifestyle of busy professionals or young couples just starting out.

Shape
Most modern European furniture is either very geometric or free form. Our sofas and chairs are cubist with very sharp angles and clean lines. They look very sleek and futuristic yet are still comfortable and enjoyable to relax in. Whether for a single on the go professional or a young couple starting a family this furniture fits in well with any life style.

Composition
Modern European furniture is made for easy cleaning. Materials include wood, chrome, plastic, vinyl and leather. Most of our sofas are made of these materials making them easy to wipe off. In addition they are resistant to staining. These materials are also very durable and less likely to fade, wear or break even under extreme conditions. This type of furniture is especially suited to those who have small children or active pets. There is less chance of stains and damage.

Style
Our European furniture fits perfectly in either a small apartment or large rambling country home. The simple minimalist design and elegant lines of our chairs and sofas make them a perfect addition to any home. The neutral colors of grey, brown, black and white also blend in well with any color scheme.

Our company prides itself on top-of-the-line contemporary furniture and we look forward to working with you to choose the right piece of furniture. Whether you are looking for a large sofa as a centerpiece for a living room or den or just a few small modern accent pieces we have just the fit. We are available 5 days a week, Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm to answer any questions you might have.

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Martin Hormuth Investments in European real estate – the best way of capital securing

The well-known Pinsent Masons law firm published results of a conducted study indicating that the number of so-called investment visas issued to foreigners in Great Britain has increased from 235 in 2010-2011 to 419 in 2011-2012, that is by as much as 78 percent. In 2012, a record was set by the citizens of Russia: they are leaders in terms of visas granted making 24 percent of the total number of successful applicants (for comparison, the Chinese are behind by 1 percent).

Today, many countries offer citizenship in exchange for investments. For instance, until recently Germany had a law in force guaranteeing German citizenship granting for the purchase of commercial real estate or an operating enterprise with a minimum value of EUR 250 thousand as well as providing employment for five persons. At that, the law did not prohibit acquisition of operating enterprises on credit. As of August 1, 2012 the strict requirements to investment amounts were abolished. Two years ago, the corresponding amendments to the immigration law were made also in Latvia. The effect is obvious: from July 2011 to July 2012 the foreign investors have paid for real estate in the country 2.3 times more than during the previous period, says Martin Hormuth, the PHL owner. Recently, the Bulgarian Parliament also voted for the benefits to investors: soon the wealthy people will be able to gain Bulgarian citizenship under a simplified procedure, whereas according to the latest information the investment amount for that is circa EUR 100 thousand. The same amount of investment, i.e. EUR 100 thousand, ensures granting the right of permanent residence in both Romania and Croatia. Hungary keeps pace too: according to the local parliament idea, citizenship of this country shall be granted to those investing EUR 250 thousand.

“Legislation in all these countries provides for quite a loyal attitude and the permanent residence right to investors”, says Martin Hormuth. “Therefore today wealthy citizens of CIS countries prefer to invest in profitable European projects with a promising business plan – this concerns not real estate only, but also office and trade property, as well as construction of recreational facilities. They come to Europe not only to increase their capital, but also to secure it. Investments in the real estate in countries with a stable economy provide for reliability and safety”.

PHL international company headed by Martin Hormuth is well represented in Eastern Europe. 18 building projects in Berlin have been realized with Mr Hormuth’s direct participation, each of them being a success. Recently, a contract involving a retail trade facility in Germany with a payback period of 10 years has been concluded. Martin Hormuth’s company has been engaged in a number of prestigious projects in Europe including a luxury golf resort in the area of 130 ha in Croatia on the Adriatic Sea coast, a shopping centre in Varna, Bulgaria, and other large-scale projects. Martin Hormuth is a recognized expert in the international market. As an honourable and experienced professional in the field of management and development, Martin was involved in large-scale projects of GTC company headed by Mr Eli Alroy.

Martin Hormuth

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Leeds – A Strong Performance In Uk And European Rankings

Leeds University Business School was celebrating recently having retained their top 100 status in The Economists world rankings of full-time MBA programmes. Helping the business school achieve this was a strong performance in UK and European rankings. Continued growth and improvement in the quality of courses and teaching available was vital to the business schools rise up the rankings tables.

Climbing Up the UK and European Rankings
The Economist has been publishing rankings for the past nine years and measures the success of a business school based on a number of factors including, a schools ability to open new career opportunities for its graduates and the salaries those graduates can expect. This year once again sees American institutions dominating the top ten list, with no fewer than six included, counting the top four.
However, Leeds University Business School will be encouraged by an improved performance. In the UK rankings, the school climbed two places from 17th to 15th, whilst in Europe a similar two place climb saw the business school rank in 35th for 2010 compared to 37th in 2009.

Retaining a Top 100 Position
However, the luxury of being able to say they are still a top 100 MBA school in the world will have the most impact. Their 2010 ranking sees them in 97th place, with more volatile changes in positions this year credited with their slight fall from 96th place in 2009. Leeds University Business School offers a number of full-time and part-time (executive) MBA courses for students wanting to make the best start in business or improve their knowledge.

Dean of Leeds University Business School, Professor Peter Moizer, said: This result confirms what we already knew – that our MBA programme is recognised as being among the best. To secure a place in the top 100 in such a competitive market and at a time of such turbulence in the global economy is an achievement. The ranking provides validation for the hard work that has taken place around the school in the last twelve months.

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Learning Management System Report for Europe

At the recently held Learning Technologies conference in London, a survey report was unveiled as a “barometer” on how eLearning is used in corporate Europe. To be specific, the report provides a breakup of the statistics on usage of Learning Management System solutions by country and industry sector in Europe.

The survey was restricted to France, United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands, and is based upon responses provided by 511 managers and training division heads in companies that have implemented e-Learning platforms.

The results, while not too surprising, are nevertheless quite interesting. Overall, the study shows that 40 percent of companies in the UK, Spain and Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg) have trained at least 50 percent of their employees via e-Learning. The laggard is France, which has a measly 17 percent rate of LMS adoption for e-Learning.

A few notable trends stand out in the report. For starters, the services industry is leading the way, with 43 percent of companies training over half their employees via e-Learning. The public sector in Europe is far, far behind at 25 percent and the rest of the industry is even worse off at 14 percent.

Size also seems to matter a lot, because the percentage of large companies in the mix shoots up sharply when looking at companies that been using e-Learning for at least 3 years. Large companies with more than 10,000 employees are at the forefront, accounting for 68 percent of the total companies using e-Learning platforms.

One of the more pertinent questions in the survey was what do they use it for? A full 75 percent use e-Learning for delivering core skills like IT and desktop use, health and safety practices, and for mandatory training on compliance issues.

Language training is not a major issue in the UK. But it makes up a big part of the usage on the mainland, led by Spain with 60 percent, Benelux with 43 percent and Italy with 30 percent.

As for the delivery methods, the second most popular mechanism is tutorless JIT (just in time) training, where employees sign in for specific training programs based on their immediate and changing work needs. This method was cited as being used by 58 percent of the companies.

But the single most popular method is blended training, which is being followed by 75 percent of the companies. In fact, 47 percent of this 75 percent say they plan to intensify use of blended training.

Coming back to France, the report says that it is possible that French companies using blended learning may have responded negatively about using a Learning Management System for employee training, and this may account for the big difference in e-Learning adoption rates between France and the rest of Europe. Either way, it’s likely that won’t be a problem going forward, because the report also says that the percentage of companies proving “little” training via e-Learning will drop from the 2010 rate of 37 percent to 15 percent in 2012.

+Robin Green has spent several years in the world of online learning and writing about learning management systems. She reviews and studies current learning management system news and offers a perspective on online learning and education. She has helped several companies and organizations by offering guidance for their training and education needs.

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Global Health Progress Commends European Union And India Agreement Increasing Access To Drugs In Dev

PressRelease) EU/India reach agreement on dispute allowing generic medication to pass through EU, increasing access to drugs and generic medication.

Washington, DC-MD-VA-WV (1888PressRelease)- According to a Reuter’s article, the European Union (EU) and India have come to an agreement which should ease the process of exporting Indian drug manufacturers’ medicines to developing countries, increasing these countries’ access to drugs.

Karel De Gucht, commissioner of the European Union (EU) has confirmed an agreement between the EU and India that will resolve some of the disputes that lead to the seizure of generic drugs in transit last year. This agreement will allow shipments of medication to pass through Europe to developing nations without being checked for anything except counterfeiting.

The new agreement will also amend custom codes allowing shipments of medications from India to reach countries located in South America via Europe. The confirmation comes amid trade talks between the EU and India.

Global Health Progress commends the agreements between the European Union and India, which will increase access to drugs, primarily generic medication, for underdeveloped countries. This process affects the affordability of generic medications to underdeveloped countries which fight the prominence of infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and malaria.

Since the 1960s, the philanthropic efforts of research-based biopharmaceutical companies have worked to get medicines to the people that need them the most. In 2005, biopharmaceutical companies responded to requests with more than $3 billion in medical products donated worldwide.

GHP aids in providing millions of doses of anti-retroviral drugs at discounted prices and, in some cases, for free to patients in developing countries. These donation programs for Least Developed Countries and sub-Saharan Africa, together with programs for lower and middle income countries, apply to more than 87 percent of all people living with HIV/AIDS worldwide.

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Photos of hostels in Europe

If you know the phrase -A picture is worth a thousand words’ then you can be sure you will be able to use this in order to go for the best hostels in Europe. There are a lot of options at hand and there are a lot of things you may be looking for, but a very comprehensive review will not be able to show you the same aspects as a picture can offer.

There are a lot of aspects that you want to consider when you want to book hostels for a trip and the only way to be sure they can rise up to the task is with the help of a photo. For instance, if you want to be sure you will wake up in the morning with a great view out the window, the only way to know this for sure is with the help of a photo.

If you want to have a great meal in the restaurant of the hostels in Europe, you have to check out a few photos of it as well. The menu is one of the most important things you need to look for, but the mood of the place will also make your appetite a lot bigger. This is one of the reasons why you need to be sure you will find the best before you book.

The rooms may also be described in a colorful fashion, yet if you want to know how the hostels look like before you set foot in them, you can check out some of the photos of the rooms. The more you are able to get, the surer you can be about the details you will learn. This is why you have to be sure the gallery includes a lot of photos of the hostel.

Stop wasting time with any other option you have at hand and use the photos of the hostels in Europe so you can be sure about the option you are going for. If you want to be sure you go for the best, you have to take the time to look at all the photos you can find in order to compare them so you can make up your mind and thus you will be sure of it.

If you want to find hostels on a lot of different sites in order to compare them, you will waste a lot of time for it. If you want to get results a lot faster, you can turn to a single one that specializes in this and you can check out all the photos in the gallery. Through this you will be able to get all the results you had in mind a lot faster and you will be able to go for the best as well. If you do not know where to start the search, the site famoushostels.com has answers. When you want to book hostels in Europe, one of the first things you need to do is be sure they will live up to all your demands. If words are not enough, you can check out some of the photos from the hostels and then you will be sure it is what you seek. If you want to cut your trip short, you can visit the gallery from the site named afore for details.

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The European scholars research and development is expected to replace the white LED lamp

The European scholars research and development is expected to replace the white LED lamp

An international joint research team recently demonstrated a white LED (WLED), known as the world’s first high color rendering index (highcolor-renderingindex). The technology is expected to sweep away the last obstacle to replace incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes white LED in the world.
White LED power consumption is much lower than traditional light bulbs, but the market LED itself only with single-wavelength light; therefore the only way to obtain white light from the LED is red, green and blue LED hybrid package together, and in the blue LED crystal the yellow phosphorescent agent (yellowphosphors), or using its active region (activeregion) can emit blue, while the matrix can be issued the yellow zinc selenide (zincselenide) material.

The above method can generate approximate white light, suitable for general lighting applications; However, after the color rendering index (CRI) tests for professionals who need to be able to regenerate all colors in the visible spectrum, these methods do not apply.

Professor at the University of Wuppertal, Germany ElisabethHolder her colleagues the joint Turkey Ankara’s Bilkent University Professor HilmiVolkanDemir, to develop a new program, it is said, can produce white light LED claimed to be able to provide a very high color rendering index, so that it can meet the painter, gardening application needs of the family and other professionals.

The researchers said that the key to this new technology the the inorganic luminescent nanoparticle (inorganicluminescentnanoparticles), embedded in a highly fluorescent organic polymer substrate (highlyfluorescentorganicpolymerbase), followed by a near-UV LED this mixture out, resulting in a can produce white led lights mixed organic / inorganic LED. It is said that this white light, including almost all wavelengths of the spectrum, so accurately display almost any color.

The focus of this research is the combination of organic and inorganic materials; through a layer-by-layer (layer-by-layer), the researchers used a plated the zinc silicon (zincsilicon) cadmium selenide (cadmium-selenium) yellow, green and red fluorescent nanoparticles embedded into a blue fluorescent organic matrix (polymatrix, or polyfluorene), and then the mixture was adjusted to achieve more than 80 CRI (sunlight of CRI of 100, incandescent bulbs CRI over 90. the fluorescent LED CRI 70 fluorescent tubes and 65). After further optimization, the researchers hope to be able to improve its CRI value to 100.

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What Is European Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular Therapy is a form of Physical Therapy. It is drug-free and predominantly hands on non-invasive manual medicine that focuses on the effective treatment of pain and changes in sensations treating not only the musculoskeletal systems but also with a unique focus on treating fascia and myofascial trigger points.

Neuromuscular Physical Therapy offers a unique holistic (whole body) approach to health care. Neuromuscular Physical Therapists do not simply concentrate on treating the problem area, but use various manual soft tissue manipulation techniques to bring balance to all the systems of the body, through neuromuscular and fascial interventions in an effort to provide a foundation that encourages a return to or maintenance of good health and wellbeing.

The philosophy of European Neuromuscular Physical Therapy is what sets it apart from other complementary medical disciplines. The key principles are based on all parts of the body functioning together in an integrated manner. If one part of the body is restricted or experiencing pain, then the rest of the body must adapt and compensate for this, eventually leading to inflammation, pain, stiffness and other health conditions. Neuromuscular Physical Therapy takes account of the dynamic contractile ability of human fascia and the formation, etiology and treatment of Myofascial Trigger Points.

Neuromuscular Physical Therapy is the ideal complement to primary health care professionals and General Practitioners (i.e Medical Doctors) work. Treatment of pain and injury is one aspect of Neuromuscular Physical Therapy, however, a preventative role is also evident as when the body is free of restrictions in movement, Neuromuscular Physical Therapy treatment assists the body with pain minimisation, reduced stress and greater mobility providing the body with the opportunity to heal itself thereby avoiding knock-on negative effects.

Exercise and Nutrition expert John Sharkey MSc is the director and founder of European Neuromuscular Physical Therapy. Neuromuscular Therapy is also established in North America (i.e American Version) but differs significantly from the European style. There are several training centres in Ireland offering professional training in Neuromuscular Physical Therapy up to Higher Diploma level. With the best ones, students enjoy the fact that they have access to some of the worlds leading authorities in the area including eminent lecturers such as Leon Chaitow and Judith DeLany.

So what can students learn during such a course:

There are CCME course as an advanced Complementary Medical Educational (CME) programme involving Sports Massage and Soft Tissue Manipulation techniques including:
Primary and Advanced Anatomy & Physiology
Exercise Physiology
Neuro Physiology
Cadaver Studies
Myology
Soft Tissue Release
Muscle Energy Techniques
Trigger Point Techniques
Neuromuscular Techniques
Positional and Myofascial Release

What is most important, is that graduates can start a successful career in physical therapy provided they meet general requirements.
In addition to following a strict code of ethics, all licensed Neuromuscular and Physical Therapists must be a member of a recognised professional body such as the Association of Neuromuscular Therapists. Membership of this Association allows a therapists patients to benefit from health insurance payments.

The combination of continuing education and professional status will offer the reassurance which the public demand before a course of treatment commences. Patients will be able to verify the professional status of therapists using an on-line licensing register.

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