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.
Jodi Steele, a physiotherapist, lecturer, professor, founder of Cancer Rehab Inc., and continuing education course instructor, answers our question: If you could practitioners 5 things, what would they be?
Julie Wiebe - a physical therapist who specializes in diaphragm and pelvic floor integration in her clinical practice and in the innovative courses she teaches - answers our one question: "If you could tell your patients 5 things what would they be?"
Healthcare entrepreneurs, researchers, organizations, patients and practitioners need to collaborate to improve our system. There is a lot of room for improvement and we are going to change the healthcare system through collaboration and team work. Here are my top 5 take-aways from the Future of Health Conference hosted by the MaRS Discovery District in Toronto.
We are kicking off this series with a bang! Lorimer Moseley answers our ONE question. Click on the post to find out what the question is and what Lorimer had to say.
This research was completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for an MScPT degree at the University of Toronto. This study explored the experiences and perspectives of physiotherapy outpatients with respect to their home exercise programs (HEPs) and how the use of Embodia affected the integration of HEPs into daily life.
In this Expert Series Webinar, Tanja Yardley & Allan Macdonald discuss the future of physiotherapy, the impact of technology, how to build business skills, why you should join the Canadian Physiotherapy Association & how to be involved as a leader in our profession.
Have you ever felt that you could be doing better for your female clients? As a health or fitness professional, you have a lot of the pelvic health knowledge you need to help your clients but they just don’t seem to be responding or achieving their dream goals. Antony Lo explores the current evidence and explains new methodologies to effectively treat the female athlete.