Expert series webinar about yoga therapy in healthcare for physiotherapists, healthcare professionals, and yoga therapists. Panelists for this webinar were Helene Couvrette, co-founder of Montreal International Symposium on Yoga Therapy (MISTY), Anne Pitman, and Amy Wheeler
Yoga course for physiotherapists, healthcare professionals, and yoga therapists taught by Neil Pearson and recorded at the Montreal International Symposium on Yoga Therapy (MISTY). Explore awareness and self-regulation from perspectives of the lived experience of pain and yoga therapy and learn the scientific and therapeutic findings.
Pain science course for physiotherapists taught by expert instructors Debbie Patterson & Geoff Bostick of the Pain Science Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Holly was selected this year for the physiotherapy practice assessment in Ontario. She shares everything she learned going through the process and provides great resources to help you build your portfolio and prepare for your assessment.
The best clinics use a mixture of marketing to get patients through the door, good bedside manner, and a disciplined follow-up strategy. But, as much as a great experience is essential to retain your patients, other factors will inevitably influence whether they return. This article presents 5 ways to increase patient retention by working smarter (not harder!) using the right clinic software.
The significant problems we face today in physiotherapy and healthcare cannot be solved with old thinking models. In this blog, Carolyn Vandyken, an International speaker, physiotherapist and the Co-Founder of Pelvic Health Solutions, provides her insights and advice to physiotherapists
Change is an evolution, not a revolution. Be patient, and stand strong even when you are swimming against the tide. This is an interview with Julie Wiebe, a physical therapist who specializes in returning women to fitness after injury and pregnancy.
This is an interview with Shelley Mannell, a physical therapist for children with motor and sensory challenges, brain-wise therapist, educator and mindful mom.
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.