In Part 2 of this multi-blog series, based on the Yoga and Science in Pain Care book club series by Neil Pearson, Shelly Prosko, and Marlysa Sullivan, you'll learn about the recent trajectory of yoga research, the state of the research on yoga for pain, and why yoga therapy research matters.
Are you interested in becoming a pediatric physiotherapist? Or do you want to keep up with the growing field of pediatric physiotherapy? Read the new guide to pediatric physiotherapy by Kids Physio Group.
This blog summarizes some key takeaways from the ‘Weird and Wonderful Strategies that EVERY Physio Should Know to Effectively Treat Low Back Pain’ course series. To understand the different components of low back pain, you might have to explore new areas.
In the last blog of 2022, we discuss some important events and a few updates in our physiotherapy industry. And throughout the rest of the blog, we recap some of the other great happenings in and around Embodia over the past calendar year.
Give yourself a brain-break from all of your daily stress and dive into a nostalgic journey back to some introductory physiotherapy knowledge you may have come across in your early schooling days.
Can evidence-informed practice (EIP) and yoga philosophy co-exist? Should you be prescribing fewer Kegels? The answers to this and more can be found in this blog where we will present a history of EIP and how it relates to yoga, then jump into what is happening in the real world of yoga, providing you with some clinical applications for pelvic health.
In this blog, you will learn about the gender gap in healthcare and business and what the future holds. Women are neurologically different and we need that perspective for better research and better products.
Learn about the 3 new features now available for free webinars on Embodia: registration by attendance rates, ability to download webinar resources, and the option to receive the follow-up email without registering for the webinar!
Self-efficacy is associated with improved HEP adherence and better outcome measures. Learn 7 tips you can start using to help your patients improve their self-efficacy.
Some people infected by COVID-19 will take much longer to heal from it and can even develop other symptoms. In this blog, you will learn how physiotherapists can assess and treat patients living with long COVID.
In Part 1 of this multi-blog series, based on the Yoga and Science in Pain Care book club series by Neil Pearson, Shelly Prosko, and Marlysa Sullivan, you’ll recognize how a person’s story helps better understand their pain, leading to better treatment paths.