As a rehabilitation practitioner do you use Acceptance Commitment Therapy in your rehabilitative healthcare practice? Or do you use pain education? Or do you instead opt for physical or manual therapy alone? This blog will tell you more about each of these practices, their differences, how they can improve your practice, and what the research is saying.
In this blog, we will provide you with a basic overview of common Electrophysical Agents (EPAs), including what they are, what they are used for, as well as their parameters and contraindications. There is a chart included at the end of this blog with a summary of parameters for common EPAs.
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is a condition in which nerves or blood vessels that supply the upper limb become compressed in the neck near the first rib. In this blog we'll review major risk factors, the role physiotherapists have in treating TOS and how to tailor your program to reflect your unique clinical presentation..
Being sent home from the hospital with a set of crutches can be challenging for individuals that aren’t used to moving that way. In this blog, we will review some key points that you can provide to your patients to help them move around with their crutches with greater ease.
With an ageing population, it is not uncommon to have an individual diagnosed with Osteoporosis or Osteopenia. In 2009, approximately 10% of Canadians over the age of 40 had Osteoporosis. In this blog, we will discuss the causes, risk factors and treatment options for Osteoporosis and Osteopenia to better equip you to answer these questions and manage your patient’s condition.
Are you a physiotherapist or rehabilitative practitioner who treats chronic pain patients? Research shows that Yoga provides safe, effective ways to help people with persistent pain! This blog discusses the evidence-based webinar series that will help you integrate yoga into pain management to improve your clients' outcomes and biopsychosocial spiritual determinants of health.
Could you have bad vagal tone? Could your clients have it? Check out this blog in which Dr. Ginger Garner, physiotherapist and founder of the Living Well Institute lets us know. Dr. Garner talks about the importance of the vagus nerve, the polyvagal theory, how to find your sacred space, and nervous system hacks for a better life. This is really important stuff!
In Canada, 20-30% of seniors living in the community fall each year. This blog will provide you with falls prevention strategies to help you educate your patients on how to prevent falls, and information on exercise-based falls prevention programs.
Let's discuss the assessment and treatment of urinary incontinence in children and in children with disabilities based on the course Pelvic Floor & Pediatrics with Julie Wiebe and Shelley Mannell. You'll also find additional resources such as continuing education courses and links to specialized healthcare professionals on pelvic floor physiotherapy and pediatric pelvic floor physiotherapy.
Do your fit clients often come to see you with injuries? As a rehabilitative professional it is essential to provide our clients with real solutions, not mere bandaid ones. Unlock the power of posture to prevent and treat your clients' injuries and enhance the performance of your athletes today.
This month we’ve been up to some big changes behind the scenes. This blog will go over the August 2020 updates. We will walk you through everything that’s been added to Embodia this past month including new online courses, patient education tools, product updates, and upcoming webinars.
In this blog, we will compare and contrast some of the most common forms of arthritis; Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Spondyloarthritis, including their causes, symptoms, and management. You will find an easy-to-read table at the end of this piece summarizing the key points for each of the conditions discussed throughout.