Embodia Live & Interactive: Home Exercise Programs (HEP)
Join the Embodia team for live, interactive training sessions to learn how the Embodia platform can support you and your practice. Each session will have a different focus. As a complete digital ecosystem, Embodia provides clinicians and clinics with all of the resources, tools, and technology to successfully manage their practice. This includes HEP, Telerehab, Charting, Scheduling, Billing, Continuing Education, and more!
Each session is limited to 20 participants. If you would like to schedule a one-on-one session or a session for you and your team, please click here.
Session 1: Home Exercise Programs (HEP) on Embodia
This session will provide an overview of home exercise programs (HEP) on Embodia. Embodia's HEP features a library of thousands of exercise videos and patient education material that encourages active care and empowers patients to take control of their health.
Learn how to provide patients with easy access to their home exercise programs from free mobile apps (Apple and Android) and online (web portal). A simple interface with clear instructions guides patients through a program tailored by their practitioner during a visit. While Embodia’s focus is on the digital delivery of care, all exercises and education have print-friendly options for those patients who prefer written and/or high-quality image-based handouts.
Practitioners can prescribe from our growing library of videos, easily record a patient being coached through exercises and share these private videos securely with the patient; you can also create your own library of videos.
Practitioners are empowered to monitor patient progress via the patient dashboard which includes progress tracking, symptom levels, and other outcome measures.
"My patients LOVE having an exercise video to follow and reminders on their phone to tell them to do their exercises. This has been very well received by my patients. No more paper handouts!! The trees in beautiful Huntsville, my new hometown, are also saying, thank you!"
In this session, you will learn:
- How to access, use, and prescribe from the Embodia library of exercises and patient education.
- How to record a patient in session.
- How to create your own library of content. If you are part of a clinic on Embodia, you can share your library of content (exercises and/or patient education) with your colleagues to use with their patients (clinic collaboration).
- How to communicate directly with your patients to increase connection and communication.
The webinar will be 45 minutes in length broken down into a 30-minute presentation and demo, followed by 15 minutes of participant Q&A. If you require more information following the webinar, you can meet with us for an individual demo or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Embodia is an all-in-one practice management system that lets clinicians and clinic owners power their practice all from one platform.
We are on a mission to transform the way healthcare is delivered by empowering clinicians with the tools, technology, and education to deliver data-driven care, and empower clinics and clinic owners to maximize their success.
Embodia offers an unmatched breadth and depth of services including recorded and live online courses, HEP, telerehab, billing, charting, reporting, scheduling, two-way messaging, and more.
We are committed to building new solutions for an antiquated healthcare system and to helping physiotherapists and rehab pros globally redefine themselves and their expertise in a changing world.
PT, BSc, MScPT, Co-Founder of Embodia
Maggie Bergeron is a registered physiotherapist who received her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from McMaster University in 2009 after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Ottawa.
Maggie co-founded Embodia in 2014 to modernize the patient experience and to provide a simple, easy way to take continuing education courses to all physiotherapists and rehabilitation practitioners, regardless of their location, budget, or area of practice.
Maggie is the community director of TechTO Health - a health technology event that brings together thousands of health tech enthusiasts. She also maintains her own physiotherapy practice in the east end of Toronto where she works with people with persistent pain. Maggie currently serves as a mentor, placement host and holds a Status-Only Appointment (lecturer ranking) with the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto.