Are you a healthcare or rehabilitative practitioner attempting to introduce mindfulness meditation to your patients but are unsure how to get them to be open to the idea? This blog will teach you how to introduce the idea to your patients to get results! It will also educate you on what mindfulness is, its benefits for practitioners and patients, how to practice, and some practical applications.
Learn more about central sensitization pain and ways to identify CSP in pain patients with the help of the questionnaire created by Bahram Jam, founder of the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI) in this blog.
If you’re no longer able to see patients in person as a result of the pandemic, you’re likely bringing in significantly less income than before COVID-19 pandemic took hold in Canada. This blog by Ryan Wells and Giacomo Silvestri will help you figure out how to organize your income against your expenses to make the most of it.
Continuing education is an important part of being a physiotherapist. This blog will introduce the basic concepts of pelvic health as taught by Pelvic Health Solutions and why each physiotherapist needs non-internal assessment and treatment skills as a fundamental part of their skillset.
Physiotherapists, rehabilitation professionals, and clinic owners can run group telerehabilitation (virtual) consults on Embodia with up to 300 participants.
Learn how body mapping exercises, such as Feldenkrais exercises, can be really helpful in creating novel, non-threatening movements that target the cortical structures with Carolyn Vandyken.
With more and more physiotherapists jumping into private practices, attracting new patients has become increasingly difficult. In this blog, Aaron Lebauer discuss some of the challenges in private physiotherapy practice so that we can help you find the strategies that work best for you.
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
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.
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.
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).
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.