Mindfulness practises are gaining popularity and even appear to be quite trendy these days. Perhaps it is because we know, and have experienced, that there is tremendous value in being present and mindful throughout our day.We talk about mindfulness during many activities such as driving, walking, exercising, eating, socializing, etc; so why not also be mindful while going to the bathroom?
In this blog, Emma Jack, physiotherapist and Western University graduate, outlines her top 10 tips for new physiotherapy grads. Emma is passionate and genuinely invested in making sure new graduates and young physiotherapists are successful in their transition into practice.
What role do the intertwined intra-thoracic and intra-abdominal pressure systems have in musculoskeletal and pelvic health dysfunction? How do the top & bottom of the respiratory system and alimentary track connect anatomically, neurophysiologically, & structurally? These are some of the questions that Julie Wiebe and Susan Clinton will answer in their new online course for physiotherapists!
This guest blog post by Juvonno will teach you how to use the Net Promoter Score (NPS) in your physiotherapy practice to leverage exceptional client experiences. Learn the 4 growth levers of an NPS program.
This is a guest blog post by Diane Jacobs, physiotherapist, where she discusses the recent research that shows that when manual therapy is effective, it may have more to do with the interoceptive turn, rather than the technique itself. Diane also discusses her upcoming online course for physiotherapists, Dermoneuromodulating: Treating the Patient as if Their Nervous System Really Mattered.
What is the Holy Grail of being well & managing stress successfully? Neuroscientists and researchers agree the vagus isn’t the only thing that drives your health, but it is a massive driver of it. In this blog, Dr. Ginger Garner describes the importance of the vagus nerve how physiotherapists and yoga therapists can help their patients increase vagal tone, and where you can learn more.
Embodia has a new male pelvic health course for physiotherapists taught by Sandy Hilton and Sarah Haag! Men’s pelvic health is needed in every community. This course provides foundational information to get you ready for treating men with pelvic pain, incontinence, constipation issues, and sexual dysfunction.
The Homunculus has been shown to be disrupted in people with various pain disorders from CRPS to chronic LBP…but it can be “reversed” thanks to neuroplasticity! In this blog, Bahram Jam reviews the most clinically relevant studies on CRPS and shares a video from his online physiotherapy course CRPS 101.
You now can turn on/off the Visual Analogue Scale for each patient and each program prescribed on Embodia's home exercise program for physiotherapists and healthcare professionals. Get this free exercise prescription software to improve your patient outcomes and retention rates.
Pelvic Health course for physiotherapists presented by Pelvic Health Solutions about Pelvic floor dyssynergic in patients with chronic constipation. Professional development and physiotherapy courses for every practice area.
Building your own brand and business is difficult! Having some guidance from someone who has successfully built his brand can make all the difference. Darryl Yardley joined us for a webinar to discuss how to use your clinical skills to earn more money without sacrificing the patient experience.