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Scroll of Truth with Diane Jacobs

This is a guest blog post by Diane Jacobs, physiotherapist, where she discusses the recent research that shows that when manual therapy is effective, it may have more to do with the interoceptive turn, rather than the technique itself. Diane also discusses her upcoming online course for physiotherapists, Dermoneuromodulating: Treating the Patient as if Their Nervous System Really Mattered.

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.

How to do Better for your Female Clients

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

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.

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.

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.

Talking Mindfulness and Yoga with Neil Pearson

In this interview, Neil Pearson discusses his plans for the future, his biggest 'Aha' moment and new research on yoga and mindfulness.

How to Use Social Media in your Practice

Holly Mitchell, the business development manager, reviews the basic principles of social media for healthcare practitioners. This is Part 1 in a 4 part social media series.

Talking Clinical Education with Sarah Wojkowski

Sarah is the Director of Clinical Education for Physiotherapy at McMaster University and took time out of her busy day to sit down and tell me what she's been up to.

Paving the Way for Aquatic Rehab in Canada

Alison Bonnyman, the founder and lead instructor for the Canadian Aquatic Rehab Instructors (CARI), shares her story about going from clinical physiotherapy to research to founding the first aquatic rehab institute for therapists in Canada. Alison's exercises and course materials can be found on healthSwapp.

Top Tips for Treating Female Athletes

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.

Concussion Rehab in Private Physiotherapy Practice

Physiotherapy management of concussion can be a challenging area of practice. Here are the 3 most common challenges of concussion rehab for physios in private practice and advice provided by Meaghan Adams, Embodia Academy Instructor.

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