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Nervous System Hacks to Keep Calm (& Vagus On) with Ginger Garner

What is the Holy Grail of being well & managing stress successfully? Neuroscientists and researchers agree the vagus isn’t the only thing that drives your health, but it is a massive driver of it. In this blog, Dr. Ginger Garner describes the importance of the vagus nerve how physiotherapists and yoga therapists can help their patients increase vagal tone, and where you can learn more.

New Course Release: Male Pelvic Health by Sandy Hilton & Sarah Haag

Embodia has a new male pelvic health course for physiotherapists taught by Sandy Hilton and Sarah Haag! Men’s pelvic health is needed in every community. This course provides foundational information to get you ready for treating men with pelvic pain, incontinence, constipation issues, and sexual dysfunction.

Expert Series: How to do Better for your Female Clients

Orthopaedic and pelvic health physiotherapy webinar replay taught by Antony Lo about treating female athlete.

How To Help Your Patients Use The Power Of Neuroplasticity

The Homunculus has been shown to be disrupted in people with various pain disorders from CRPS to chronic LBP…but it can be “reversed” thanks to neuroplasticity! In this blog, Bahram Jam reviews the most clinically relevant studies on CRPS and shares a video from his online physiotherapy course CRPS 101.

New Feature Release: Symptom Tracking

You now can turn on/off the Visual Analogue Scale for each patient and each program prescribed on Embodia's home exercise program for physiotherapists and healthcare professionals. Get this free exercise prescription software to improve your patient outcomes and retention rates.

New Course Release: Role of Manometry Assessment for the Investigation of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic Health course for physiotherapists presented by Pelvic Health Solutions about Pelvic floor dyssynergic in patients with chronic constipation. Professional development and physiotherapy courses for every practice area.

Expert Series: Turning Clinical Skills into Positive Outcomes

Building your own brand and business is difficult! Having some guidance from someone who has successfully built his brand can make all the difference. Darryl Yardley joined us for a webinar to discuss how to use your clinical skills to earn more money without sacrificing the patient experience.

Expert Series: Why Your Mindset Matters with Ben Fung & Jerry Durham

Business and leadership webinar replay for physiotherapists and clinic owners taught by expert instructors Dr Ben Fun and Jerry Durham. The focus of this webinar is on creating a positive mindset to grow your private practice and physiotherapy business.

New Feature: Tracking Goals With Patients

You now can now share the Patient Specific Functional Scale (PSFS) with your patients digitally on Embodia. Patients can fill it out on their own time and at the set cadence that you have prescribed. Get this free exercise prescription software to improve your patient outcomes and retention rates.

New Course Release: Radial Shockwave Training Essentials

Senior Shockwave instructor Rosen Kolev leads a new online continuing education course on integrating shockwave therapy in their clinic's treatment options. Learn tools and techniques to confidently use this modality to get the best results for patients.

Yoga as a Therapeutic Approach in Pelvic Health Care with Shelly Prosko

Yoga is one of the most popular complementary health practices and is increasingly becoming more recognized and valued by health professionals and organizations. Shelly Prosko will be joining us for a one hour complimentary webinar to introduce the use of yoga therapy as a complementary approach to help people who are suffering from various pelvic floor dysfunctions.

What Do Flatulence, Tickling, and Whiplash Have In Common?

Why is that we are grossed out by the flatulence of others, and not by our own? Why can't we tickle ourselves, but others can tickle us? How does this relate to Whiplash Associated Disorders (WADs)? Join Bahram Jam as he discusses what flatulence, ticking, and whiplash have in common.