Physiotherapists genuinely care about helping people get better. And to continue doing that well, we need to meet them where they are - on their smartphones. Incorporating technology into our practice is no longer a nice to have, it is a must have. This is Maggie Bergeron and Embodia's story
Meaghan has a PhD in neuroscience and has worked as a physiotherapist in a variety of clinical settings for the last nine years. Her research focuses on the sensory filtering problems that can happen with concussions. This is an interview with her.
Mike Stewart, the course leader for KnowPain CPD events, he has a Masters degree in Practice-based Education and is planning a PhD focusing on pain and communication. His published work has received international praise from the leading names in neuroscience. This is an interview with Mike.
This segment of our Expert Series with Alison Sim focuses on how to effectively motivate your patients. Understand the use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy & Acceptance and Commitment Therapy approaches. Watch the webinar highlights to learn how to improve your communication skills with your patients
This Expert Series Webinar segment focuses on all things millennials. Joining us for this discussion are the founders of The Movement PT's, PT Business Corner & Art of Mobility. Watch the highlights of our webinar to learn how millennials are revolutionizing the way we view business
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is ranked as 45 on the McGill Pain Scale making it the most painful chronic pain disease. Bahram Jam of the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute introduces the most clinically relevant studies, the best methods to properly assess & treat CRPS & strategies you can use in your practice
Joining us for another Expert Series Webinar are Jodi Steele & Kate Smith. We sat down with them to discuss entrepreneurship & oncology. Both have extensive knowledge on how to advertise & network your business. Learn the basic strategies and tips for treating patients that have cancer
Embodia webinar highlights with Sanjeev Bhatia, Greg Lehman, Nicole Sullivan and Jesse Awenus. We discuss topics from the PhysioMoves Canada project by Dave Walton including: what is the future of the physiotherapy profession, how will technology impact physical therapy and more!
Joanne Smith runs a successful nutrition business specializing in providing optimal nutritional health for people with neurological conditions, digestive dysfunction & weight loss. Her expertise in the disability community comes from her personal experience of living with a spinal cord injury for 30 years.
In this short video from his online course, Know Pain: A Practical Guide to Developing Your Patient Education Skills, Mike Stewart (KnowPain Mike) explains the difference between one way vs. two way communication. Maggie Bergeron and Elie Afif have the opportunity to play the collaboration game.
Kim Vopni is an entrepreneur, a pelvic health evangelist, and mother of two boys. She is the founder of Pelvienne Wellness and co-founder of Bellies Inc. Kim is on a mission to break through the taboos and redefine how we think of women's health. This is an interview with Kim.
Marize Ibrahim is a physiotherapist and an executive oncology division team member with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA). Marize is going on a humanitarian mission and we are supporting her through our Skip the Swag campaign and through the purchase of any oncology course on Embodia.