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Assessment and Treatment Skills for Telerehabilitation for Physiotherapists

Carolyn and Brittany Vandyken have designed an online course, Telerehabilitation 101: Assessment and Treatment skills for Online Success, to give you a jump-start on evidence-based strategies to assess pain-related distress in

COVID-19 Resources for Physiotherapists and Clinic Owners

Practical information about CERB and other funding sources from Anthony Barone, partner at Baker Tilly, tips on how to protect your clinic (and stay calm)with Rick Lau, and 4 marketing strategies to convert patients to telerehabilitation with Julian D'Angelo

Zoom for Healthcare

The general Zoom account are not subject to the same privacy and security obligations that Zoom healthcare requires. Embodia entered into a HIPAA Business Associate Agreement with Zoom that lists their obligation to keep Zoom for Healthcare secure and compliant. Read this blog for additional information on how we are ensuring HIPAA, PIPEDA compliance

What Is Mindfulness and Meditation in Healthcare Practice and Why Does It Matter

Bahram Jam of the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI) and Rachel Donen of Align Physical Rehab provides an overview of mindfulness and meditation, its relation with persistent pain, and the importance of mindfulness in healthcare practice and daily life.

17 Years of Physiotherapy Lessons with a Clinical Scientist

This is a guest blog written by a new member of the Embodia Instructor community, Dr. Steve Shaffer. He is a clinical specialist, educator, and scientist with seventeen years of experience in the physiotherapy profession.

The Role of Physical Exercise in Promoting Cognitive and Mobility Outcomes in Older Adults

As people with cognitive impairments progress, the interrelationship between geriatric giants becomes magnified or more tightly correlated. Learn about The Role of Physical Exercise in Promoting Cognitive and Mobility Outcomes in Older Adults in this blog.

What is a Physiotherapists' Role in Infant Feeding and Support?

Learn about the role of physiotherapists in infant feeding support, see clinical practice guidelines for special pediatric populations, hear about new research and upcoming courses, and pose questions to a clinician in this field. Read more about breastfeeding methods and avoid breast inflammation and breastfeeding nipple pain.

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Management with Dr. Bahram Jam

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 (APTEI) for the evaluation and treatment of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain.

Bien Vivre Avec Des Douleurs Persistantes par Marie-Helene

Ce cours est un survol d’éléments-clés à connaître au sujet de la douleur persistante. Je veux qu’une personne qui vit avec des douleurs chroniques comprenne ce qui se passe. Je souhaite répondre aux questions fréquemment posées par cette clientèle : Pourquoi moi? Comment se fait-il que j’aie encore mal? Qu’est-ce qui fait que mes douleurs augmentent? Comment puis-je soulager mes symptômes?

An Open Letter to the Embodia Community

As we close out 2019, and plan for 2020, we are excited for what is to come. As the world moves increasingly digital, our core values remain the same. Our growing community of 12,000+ therapists, 240 instructors, and 20,000+ patients, always comes first. What is best for them is best for us. In this letter, I’ll give you my perspective on our progress, the issues we face, and where we’re headed.

New Course Release: APTEI Pain Truth Certification by Bahram Jam

In the new online course, the Pain Truth Certification Training by Bahram Jam, we will discuss the interventions for persistent pain. In this blog, Bahram discusses three types of pain and their identifying characteristics: Nocioceptive Pain (NP), Peripheral Neurogenic Pain (PNP), and Central Sensitization Pain (CSP).

How To Market Yourself And Your Practice In The Age Of Outcome Based Medicine

As healthcare professionals we do very well at the health of business, but not always as well at the business of health. You see, we take a lot of courses and spend a lot of our time developing our clinical skills, but we don't all spend a lot of time developing our business knowledge.

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