Dinah Hampson and Genevieve Renaud from Pivot Dancer work hand-by-hand with Embodia to discuss how to better support and manage your artistic athletes with exclusive rehabilitative exercises for dancers, artistic athletes and hypermobile patients, and by speaking their language.
Embodia strives to constantly enhance the user experience, this blog will go over some of our latest updates and additions to make it easier to use for both you and your patients. This blog will cover: the New Mobile App, Calendar integration for practitioners using Telerehab, Print-Friendly Version of Exercises, and Public Exercise Pages to Promote your Content.
This blog provides a resource to physiotherapists and other healthcare practitioners as they prepare to reopen their clinics after COVID-19 mandated closures.
In this blog, we have consolidated resources, articles, research papers that are meant to educate us about the challenges African Americans face with the healthcare system and what we can do to make a change in our practice, clinics, and patient care.
Are you a healthcare or rehabilitative practitioner attempting to introduce mindfulness meditation to your patients but are unsure how to get them to be open to the idea? This blog will teach you how to introduce the idea to your patients to get results! It will also educate you on what mindfulness is, its benefits for practitioners and patients, how to practice, and some practical applications.
Save time and prescribe exercise programs in under one minute. We have added new features to make it easier to keep your patients engaged between appointments, improve outcomes, and increase referrals.
In this blog, Dr. Ginger Garner introduces the concepts of Integrative and Lifestyle Medicine for physiotherapists as well as her new online course to increase your effectiveness as a therapist and improve patient outcomes and satisfaction.
Learn more about central sensitization pain and ways to identify CSP in pain patients with the help of the questionnaire created by Bahram Jam, founder of the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI) in this blog.
Are you preparing for your Canadian Physiotherapy Competency Exam (PCE)? We at Embodia know that extremely stressed cannot begin to describe how you are feeling right now. To make your journey a little easier, we wrote up 3 tips that helped us study, and we hope that they can help you study and pass your PCE as well! Good luck; we believe in you and know that you can do it!
If you’re no longer able to see patients in person as a result of the pandemic, you’re likely bringing in significantly less income than before COVID-19 pandemic took hold in Canada. This blog by Ryan Wells and Giacomo Silvestri will help you figure out how to organize your income against your expenses to make the most of it.
Continuing education is an important part of being a physiotherapist. This blog will introduce the basic concepts of pelvic health as taught by Pelvic Health Solutions and why each physiotherapist needs non-internal assessment and treatment skills as a fundamental part of their skillset.
Read in our online physiotherapy course about an approach to evaluate hip pain in young adults considering history, physical examination and imaging with Dr. O.R. (Femi) Ayeni.