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Expert Series: Yoga and Pain Science with Neil Pearson, Shelly Prosko, and Marlysa Sullivan

The co-authors of Yoga and Science in Pain Care, Shelly Prosko, Marlysa Sullivan and Neil Pearson, joined us for a one hour complimentary webinar. Here are the highlights from that conversation where they discussed pain, the lived experience of pain, and yoga therapy as part of evidence-based pain care.

New Course Release: APTEI Pain Truth Certification by Bahram Jam

In the new online course, the Pain Truth Certification Training by Bahram Jam, we will discuss the interventions for persistent pain. In this blog, Bahram discusses three types of pain and their identifying characteristics: Nocioceptive Pain (NP), Peripheral Neurogenic Pain (PNP), and Central Sensitization Pain (CSP).

How To Market Yourself And Your Practice In The Age Of Outcome Based Medicine

As healthcare professionals we do very well at the health of business, but not always as well at the business of health. You see, we take a lot of courses and spend a lot of our time developing our clinical skills, but we don't all spend a lot of time developing our business knowledge.

Ready to Change the Future? [Global Women’s Health Initiative]

Monday will mark the beginning of a new tradition for us at Embodia: The Cyber Monday Fund.⁠ Between December 2nd to 4th, we will put our ENTIRE library of courses on sale for Embodia Members. ⁠Plus, when you buy a course, we will donate a portion of the profits to the Global Women’s Health Initiative (GWHI).

Physiotherapy and Climate Change: 3 Ways to Make a Difference as a Profession.

This is a guest blog post by physiotherapist and climate activist, Holly Mitchell, about the impact physiotherapists can have on climate change. As a profession, our role may not be so obvious despite climate change being coined the “biggest global health threat of the 21st century” (according to the World Health Organization). Learn 3 Ways to Make a Difference as a Profession.

The Top 10 Yoga and Pain Science Resources for Physiotherapists

Neil Pearson, Shelly Prosko, and Marlysa Sullivan joined us for a complimentary live training where they shared their top yoga and pain science resources for physiotherapists, yoga therapists, and healthcare professionals. We have summarized their recommendations including all relevant links in this blog.

How Health Professionals Can Earn More, Work Less, and Enjoy Life

Are you a health business owner frustrated by the amount of time you are required to spend at your practice each and every week? If you have fears or frustrations about your current health business, you will be pleased to know, your solutions are all contained in this online webinar with Karim Meghji and Paul Wright.

Expert Series: How to Develop Communication, Empathy, and Power Skills to Optimize Patient Outcomes

Have you ever said something to a patient that you later regretted or thought that you could have said or explained better? If you've never focused on your 'soft skills' (or power skills), now is your opportunity to start. Join Dave Walton, Jim Millard, and Jasdeep Dhir for an introductory discussion about the theory behind effective communication and empathetic skills.

The Yoga Couch: Take Time for Self-Care with Ginger Garner

Ginger Garner explains The Yoga Couch, a great yoga posture that promotes relaxation and healing, improves posture, helps prevente generalized joint and back pain, and minimizes breathing problems, among many other benefits. Follow along in the videos with Ginger to learn how to make your own yoga couch!

An Introduction To The Integrated Systems Model (ISM) For The Complex Patient

In this upcoming one hour complimentary webinar, Diane Lee and Nicole Sullivan will discuss models that consider interdependence of body regions. They will present a synopsis of the current evidence on motor control, posture, movement, and the neuroscience of pain that informs the ISM approach.

CrossFit, Your Pelvic Floor and Peeing During Workouts by Antony Lo

In this blog, Antony Lo covers the following topics: What is Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, What is “normal” and what is not, Things that do NOT help, and Things that you can do that will help

New Course Release: Special Considerations for Caesarean Section - Preparing for and Recovering from Belly Birth

A caesarean birth presents its own unique set of challenges for practitioners. Developing strategies for those scheduled for a C-section, educating our patients about caesarean but who are planning vaginal deliveries, and coping with the mental and physical trauma after birth should all be carefully considered.