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Top 10 Pelvic Health Practitioner Resources on Embodia

There is a large body of evidence supporting pelvic health rehab, what is often lacking are tools to support you. Learn about the top 10 pelvic health resources!

3 Ways Using eClaims Can Increase Revenue

For users based out of Canada, Embodia has an easy-to-use integration with TELUS eClaims. Learn about 3 ways using TELUS eClaims can increase your revenue.

A Beginner's Guide to Superbills & Receipts for a Cash Practice

Dr. Aaron LeBauer started a 100% cash-based PT even when he was told it was a bad idea. In this blog, he shares expert tips and advice to help you do it too!

The 6 Stages of Toilet Meditation with Shelly Prosko

Shelly Prosko discusses the importance of toileting mindfully and takes us through her Toilet Meditation. Free 7-minute Toilet Meditation video included.

Yoga and Science in Pain Care - Food for Thought

In Part 10 of this multi-blog series, based on the Yoga & Science in Pain Care book club series, Sneha Nemichand discusses mindful eating.

3 Ways You Can Use Context-Dependent Memory to Improve Patient Outcomes

When you learn something in one context, it is easier to remember it in the same context. Learn how to use this concept to improve patient outcomes.

Yoga and Science in Pain Care - The Power of the Mind 

In Part 9 of this multi-blog series, based on the Yoga and Science in Pain Care book club series, Dona Watts-Hutchings discusses the power of the mind as it pertains to pain.

Yoga and Science in Pain Care - Can We ‘Breathe’ Our Pain Away?

In Part 8 of this multi-blog series, based on the Yoga and Science in Pain Care book club series, Vidhya Gopalakrishnan discusses breath as medicine.

Debunking 3 Myths About Back Pain

Do you treat patients with back pain? Assessing and treating them is often not straightforward. Join us to debunk 3 common myths and learn what you can do in your practice.

Yoga and Science in Pain Care - A Case for Curiosity and Movement as Education

In Part 7 of this multi-blog series, based on the Yoga and Science in Pain Care book club series, Sarah Marsh discusses the case for curiosity and movement as education.

Body Mapping Exercises for Sensory Motor Reorganization - Don’t Feed the Nocebo

Learn how body mapping exercises, such as Feldenkrais, can be helpful in creating novel, non-threatening movements that target cortical structures.

Yoga and Science in Pain Care - Therapeutic Intersection of Triguna & Polyvagal Theories

In Part 6 of this multi-blog series, based on the Yoga and Science in Pain Care book club series by Neil Pearson, Shelly Prosko, and Marlysa Sullivan, Jo-Jo Jackson will discuss the Therapeutic Intersection of Triguna & Polyvagal Theories.

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