Are you overwhelmed with online marketing trends? Google, Facebook, and Instagram seem to be changing algorithms every week and it can be difficult to keep up. Join Andy Belanger for this recorded online webinar so that you can find The Right Marketing For Your Clinic.
This 2016 systematic review included 10 RCTs and basically concluded that mobilizations or manipulations of the cervical spine may be beneficial for those who suffer from cervical headaches. Bahram Jam explains how to apply muscular control retraining techniques to evaluate dizziness related to the upper cervical spine.
Join our guest-writer, physiotherapist, yoga therapist and educator, Shelly Prosko, as she discusses the importance of toileting mindfully and takes us through her Toilet Meditation. Happy Toileting!
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.
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.
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.
Senior Shockwave instructor Rosen Kolev leads a new online continuing education course on integrating shockwave therapy in their clinic's treatment options. Learn tools and techniques to confidently use this modality to get the best results for patients.
Why is that we are grossed out by the flatulence of others, and not by our own? Why can't we tickle ourselves, but others can tickle us? How does this relate to Whiplash Associated Disorders (WADs)? Join Bahram Jam as he discusses what flatulence, ticking, and whiplash have in common.
Holly Mitchell, the business development manager, reviews the basic principles of social media for healthcare practitioners. This is Part 1 in a 4 part social media series.