This week's Change Maker is Rick Lau. He's an entrepreneur who loves healthcare and SaaS. He's the Founder Call Hero Clinic Supplies Canada & PT Health. He helps clinic owners who are serious about scaling their healthcare business through #clinicaccelerator and is organizing the first ever Canadian Rehab Business Summit
Carolyn Vandyken, co-founder of Pelvic Health Solutions, tells us what she would include in a time capsule if she could send her herself a few items at the time of graduation from physiotherapy school.
Nicole Sullivan is a Physiotherapist and the proud co-owner of [mend]physio in Toronto. We asked her “if she could fill a time capsule and send it back to herself at the moment of graduation from PT school, what would she include?” She was inspired by the players’ tribune articles in which athletes write letters to their younger selves. So here it is, a letter to her younger self.
In this interview, Neil discusses his plans for the future, his biggest 'Aha' moment and new research on yoga and mindfulness.
Jack Miller, a Mulligan Concept instructor and partner in Body Mechanics Physiotherapy in London, ON, answers our One Question Interview: "What are the 5 things you would tell a new physiotherapy graduate"
Rochenda Howard, owner of BET PhysioPilates in Toronto, answered our One Question Interview.
We asked thought leaders, experts, researchers, instructors and physiotherapists at the 2016 Canadian Physiotherapy Congress a One Question Interview, here's what they had to say.
Jodi Steele, a physiotherapist, lecturer, professor, founder of Cancer Rehab Inc., and continuing education course instructor, answers our question: If you could practitioners 5 things, what would they be?
Sarah is the Director of Clinical Education for Physiotherapy at McMaster University and took time out of her busy day to sit down and tell me what she's been up to.
Sarah is the Director of Clinical Education for Physiotherapy at McMaster University and took time out of her busy day to sit down and tell me what she's been up to. This is part 2 of a 2 part series.
Julie Wiebe - a physical therapist who specializes in diaphragm and pelvic floor integration in her clinical practice and in the innovative courses she teaches - answers our one question: "If you could tell your patients 5 things what would they be?"
Alison Bonnyman, the founder and lead instructor for the Canadian Aquatic Rehab Instructors (CARI), shares her story about going from clinical physiotherapy to research to founding the first aquatic rehab institute for therapists in Canada. Alison's exercises and course materials can be found on healthSwapp.
Kim Vopni, The Fitness Doula, answers our one questions: "If you could tell your patients 5 things, what would they be?"
Richard Rosedale, an instructor with The McKenzie Institute of Canada since 2001, answers our One Question: "If you could tell your patients 5 things, what would it be?"
Barrett answers our one question: "If you could tell your patients 5 things, what would they be?"
This is the 2nd part of my interview with Shawn where we chat about the use technology in healthcare.
Shawn and I sat down to discuss his clinical practice, his passion for research and his work as a medicolegal consultant. This is part 1 of his 2 part interview.
Pete is a patient and advocate for chronic pain management through the Pain Toolkit concept and patient education. He answered our one question interview with 5 valuable questions patients should ask their healthcare practitioner.
Dr. Stuart McGill answers my one question - if you could tell your patients 5 things, what would they be? My favorite: "No therapy will work unless you address the cause."
Greg Lehman - a physiotherapist, chiropractor, strength & conditioning expert and educator - answers our one question.
Debbie is an experienced clinical physiotherapist and teaches a variety of post graduate education courses to practitioners about persistent pain & the brain. I had the opportunity to hear Debbie speak at the APTEI symposium in Toronto where she answered my one question.
René is an experienced athletic therapist and osteopath. Currently, he's doing a PhD to investigate neuroplasticity as it relates to chronic musculoskeletal conditions and pain. I had the opportunity to hear René speak at the APTEI symposium in Toronto.
This is the second part of my interview with Jason Bellefleur - the owner of Bellefleur Physiotherapy. Jason and I talked about the use of technology in practice and the potential for us to complement what we provide with online platforms.
Sam Steinfeld is an experienced physiotherapist and instructor for the NeuroOrthopaedic Institute (NOI). Sam has extensive postgraduate training in orthopaedic physiotherapy and pain neurobiology and physiology.
Jason and I sat down and talked about the need for physiotherapists to start to understand how and why building a business that provides physiotherapy services is crucial to serving more people, instead of being a physiotherapist who has a business.
Angela is a pediatric occupational therapist, author and founder and CEO of Timbernook - an innovative nature-based developmental program designed to foster creativity, imagination and independent play in the great outdoors.
We are kicking off this series with a bang! Lorimer Moseley answers our ONE question. Click on the post to find out what the question is and what Lorimer had to say.
This is Part 2 of 2 of my talk with Dr. Patty Solomon. In this part of our discussion we talk all things tech in rehab and what the Mac PT program is all about.
I sat down with Patty at McMaster University to discuss her career, learnings and lessons, and what she's looking forward to over the next year.
We spoke with Dr. Bahram Jam, founder of the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI), about his professional life, what he's excited for in the future and how he believes technology can compliment physiotherapy.