Self-efficacy is associated with improved HEP adherence and better outcome measures. Learn 7 tips you can start using to help your patients improve their self-efficacy.
Some people infected by COVID-19 will take much longer to heal from it and can even develop other symptoms. In this blog, you will learn how physiotherapists can assess and treat patients living with long COVID.
In part one of this multi-blog series, (based on the Yoga and Science in Pain Care book club series), you’ll recognize how a person’s story helps better understand their pain, leading to better treatment paths.
Shoulder injuries are very common but often tricky to tackle; shoulder pain often stems from compensations elsewhere in the body. Learn the 7 Principle Pillars for a healthy shoulder from PT Tom Swales’ course, The Ultimate Guide to Shoulder Health Workshop and take the guesswork out of treating the shoulder.
In this blog, we will go into detail about the changes that Embodia has proactively taken to make the transition away from Zoom for Healthcare to Embodia's in-house telerehab platform simple and easy.
Maybe you just landed a date with a physiotherapist and you’re wondering how it’s going to go. Or maybe you're a physiotherapist wondering how lucky your partner is or will be! Whatever your reasons are, two physio students/Embodia interns wrote this blog to show you 10 (out of many) reasons to date a physiotherapist!
This blog is inspired by Carolyn Vandyken and Sinead Dufour’s latest webinar-turned-course ‘How to Measure and Treat Central Sensitization in the Clinic’. You’ll learn about Central Sensitization, a biopsychosocial assessment framework, clinical outcome measures, and more.
Physiotherapy is already a pretty eco-friendly profession (yay us!). However, experts predict that a 70% reduction in CO2 emissions needs to be achieved by 2050 to mitigate the dire consequences of climate change. We can always do more to take care of our patients and our world. This blog will give you some expert tips on how you can help save the world. Be the change!
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) is a disease that weakens the connective tissue of your body. It is a condition that you have very likely seen in your clinical practice but may not be aware of, which is why you should check this physiotherapy blog.
In a female-dominated profession, pelvic floor PTs treating males are hard to come by. This can result in men not receiving the help they need, withdrawing and having a decreased quality of life. This blog is based on our course, Male Pelvic Health, and focuses on prostate cancer and what PTs can do to help men pre- and post-operatively. Men have pelvic floors too!