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.
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.
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.
Most patients will forget what we tell them and lose what we give them, so how do we know that they're getting the most from their clinical sessions and achieving their best results?
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.
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.
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."
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 complement physiotherapy.
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.