What are the qualities of a good leader? How do I develop good leadership qualities? Check out today's blog, based on Embodia's course, Leadership Course For Physiotherapists, to learn the answer to these questions and more (including who discovered the South Pole).
Dr. Erson Religioso III gives his top 5 Things to do with frozen shoulders for physiotherapists and he teaches online continuing education for physiotherapists on Embodia.
Are you a healthcare professional who works with dancers? Then you'll know that treating this population requires special knowledge and expertise. Let Dinah Hampson and Genevieve Renaud from Pivot Dancer teach you how to better support your artistic athletes with exclusive rehabilitative exercises for dancers, artistic athletes and hypermobile patients, and by speaking their language.
There was a pre-COVID world and there will be a post-COVID world - and the skills, tools, and talent that you need to not only survive, but thrive in this brave new world are different than what was needed before. The new world will be different for all of us - independent contractors, employees, organizations, but most of all clinic owners.
Do you know the difference between a post-traumatic headache and a concussion? Did you know there are different types of post-traumatic headaches? Can you distinguish between a persistent headache and a migraine? This blog outlines how Meaghan Adams uses her expertise in post-traumatic headaches and concussions to conduct effective assessments and provide optimal treatment.
Will Your Healthcare Business Prosper During the Waves of COVID? It Can With the Hybrid Model of Care!
Can your healthcare business not only make it but also proper amidst all this uncertainty? It can with the hybrid model of care! Check out this blog to learn more about how to successfully continue doing what you love most, helping others, during a time when your care is more essential than ever.
Are you a healthcare or rehabilitative practitioner who treats pelvic health dysfunctions? Check out today's blog to find out if you can safely and effectively treat pelvic health dysfunctions virtually as well as to get the answer to the burning question, why do women in France not pee their pants when they laugh.
Join Diane Jacobs in this online physiotherapy course where she discusses Dermoneuromodulating (DNM), a manual therapy technique that listens to the nervous system to facilitate change. Beginning with an introduction in the nervous system and pain science, this continuing education physiotherapy course will then dive into the techniques and handling to help your patients.
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!
The clinical component of the Canadian Physiotherapy Competency Exam (PCE) is coming up! Are you freaking out yet? Stay calm, you got this! Check these 5 tips written by a successful physiotherapist to help you prepare and stay sane! We know we already said this, but we'll say it again: You totally got this!
Do you know why the pelvic floor is important? Do you practice yoga? Did you know you can use yoga as an adjunct to pelvic wellness and rehabilitation in your rehabilitative healthcare practice? In this blog, Shelly Prosko, pioneer of PhysioYoga, shares some important roles of the pelvic floor to help us understand how yoga can serve as a valuable pelvic health solution.
Are you a healthcare practitioner interested in using medical marijuana for treating your patients' chronic pain but are overwhelmed by the abundance of information and misinformation? This blog is a great place to start! Check it out for a classification and history of cannabis, its pharmacological uses, molecular biology, and a summary of current scientific research in the field.