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Do Your Clients (Or You) Pee During Workouts?

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.

As The Physio World Turns: Provincial PCE Update

Wondering what is happening in the physical therapy licensure world today? We are now into the 3rd year without an effective physiotherapy licensing exam to replace the pre-pandemic PCE. Today's update blog briefly outlines what each provincial regulatory body is doing (or not doing) in the face of this continued situation. 

Free Tools for Finding and Using the Perfect Outcome Measure

Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) have many benefits. Learn about their benefits, issues, and how to easily select and use PROMs in your practice.

3 Easy Ways to Boost Clinic Culture

Whether intentional or not, all clinics and companies have a culture. Organizational culture can either make or break your practice. Learn what it is, why it’s so important, and how you can cultivate and boost clinic culture to increase performance.

Experiences of a New Grad - Part 3/3: Patient Self-Discharges, Crossroads, and Evaluation Metrics

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.

Top 5 Lessons Learned From Building a Health Tech Company

This blog outlines the top 5 lessons that co-founder and CEO of Embodia, Maggie Bergeron, has learned building Embodia.

How to Grow a Physiotherapy Practice

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.

Physiotherapy Competency Exam (PCE), Why It Must Change (Or Not) To Reflect Current Evidence

This blog summarizes the information shared during the Sept 15/21 webinar 'Physiotherapy Competency Exam (PCE), Why It Must Change (Or Not) To Reflect Current Evidence.' The webinar focused on finding immediate solutions to support our physiotherapist colleagues going through this difficult time.

Learn What Patients Really Want & Land Your Dream Physio Job

Are you a young or new clinician? Learn how to land your dream job and become more successful, confident, and fulfilled in your practice.

Yoga & Science in Pain Care: A Patient-Valued Healthcare Revolution!

Embodia hosted a live 15-part virtual book club series to discuss the book Yoga and Science in Pain Care with its co-editors and authors. Each webinar is now available as a recorded course. Today’s blog presents the book and its importance. We will publish a new blog on each chapter monthly. Stay tuned!

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