Incorporation, what is all the buzz about? Should you even bother? Learn the basic why’s, when’s, and how’s of incorporation in Canada as they relate to physiotherapists.
One of the most complex joins in the human body is the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). In this blog, we discuss physiotherapy assessment and management techniques taught by Bahram Jam, physiotherapist and Founder of the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI), for the evaluation and treatment of TMJ pain.
Did you learn about the McKenzie Method in your physio program? Chances are you only heard of it in passing. This blog aims to present the Method and clear up common misconceptions surrounding it.
Patient education forms a significant component of modern healthcare but many clinicians have a limited toolkit. We tend to belittle pain education saying that anyone can teach. Learn about the importance of communication and education in healthcare in today's blog.
A ton of great content about the pelvic floor! What is normal, pelvic floor dysfunction, how to effectively minimize leaking during exercise (especially CrossFit), and more.
Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) have many benefits. Learn about their benefits, issues, and how to easily select and use PROMs in your practice.
In part three of this three-part series, PT residents provide more insight into their life as a New Grad. They share their experience managing patient self-discharges, the crossroads between business and patient care, work evaluation metrics, and their best pieces of advice for new grads and students about to graduate.
Experiences of a New Grad - Part 2/3: Views on Telerehab, Continuing Education Courses, and the PCE delays
In part two of this three part series, PT residents provide more insight into their life as a New Grad. They share their view on telerehab in practice, what continuing education courses they took and recommend, and how the PCE delays have impacted their professional and personal lives. If you're a student, PT resident, or have any stake in the PT profession, this is for you.
Experiences of a New Grad - Part 1/3: Views on Treating Patients, Clinic Culture, Unique Challenges, and COVID-19
In part one of this three-part series, physio residents provide insight into their life as a New Grad. They share how prepared they were to assess and treat patients following graduation, what they were looking for in a clinic, their unique challenges as a new grad, & how COVID-19 impacted their practice. If you're a student, PT resident, or have any stake in the PT profession, this is for you.
Clients now play more active roles in selecting their practitioners and in their own care. You can’t help clients if they cannot find you. Marketing can solve this problem! Learn the whys and hows of marketing your physiotherapy practice.