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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!

Mandatory Vaccination Ontario, Are You Included? Your One-Stop Coronavirus Resource

All things COVID in one place: A compilation of currently relevant and available coronavirus and vaccine information. This blog includes a discussion of vaccine ingredients and their roles, vaccine development, mandatory vaccinations, COVID trends, booster shots, BioCloud and more.

Optimize Your Practice With Virtual Assessment Tools From Bone & Joint Canada

Bone and Joint Canada, a knowledge translation network, has developed a fantastic virtual care toolkit for the MSK care provider. Learn more about it in today’s blog.

What About the PCE? Crucial New Research, CAPR Updates, Advocacy & Allyship

The PCE has been cancelled 4 times during COVID. Today we provide an update on the situation, review new research concerning PCE efficacy, and discuss important advocacy from physiotherapist, Dr. Bahram Jam.

Blockchain Technology for Healthcare Solutions

Blockchain Technology, the secure data sharing ledger associated with Bitcoin, Ethereum, and decentralized finance, may provide healthcare solutions for a multitude of problems in the healthcare industry. Read this blog to understand blockchain technology in simple terms and learn how it can address issues in data privacy and security, healthcare data management, telerehabilitation, and more.

Medical Therapeutic Yoga, The Perfect Lifestyle Medicine

Learn why Medical Therapeutic Yoga (MTY) is the perfect catch-all to deliver Integrative and Lifestyle Medicine, based on Ginger Garner’s Introductory MTY course.

Integrative Lifestyle Medicine Is Within Your Scope of Practice, Learn How to Use It

Do you use integrative and lifestyle medicine (ILM) in your PT practice? Would you like to know why ILM is so important and how to go about implementing it? This blog, based on Dr. Ginger Garner’s course, Introduction to Integrative Lifestyle Medicine, will help you answer these questions. Incorporating ILM into your practice can truly help your patients and change our healthcare system.

Do You Work With Persons Living With Multiple Sclerosis? Learn More About How Yoga Therapy Can Help You Help Them!

Do you work with persons living with progressive neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis? Working with persons living with MS is truly nuanced work in more ways than one. In today’s blog, we share with you some of the knowledge that Yoga Therapist Robin Rothenberg accumulated in her 20+ years of experience.

Let's Be Fair and Proactive: Ontario Fairness Commissioner Addresses the Situation of Physiotherapy Graduates and Entry to Practice Review

On June 14, 2021, the Ontario Fairness Commissioner, Irwin Glasberg, released a letter regarding the situation of physiotherapy residents and entry to practice review. This blog summarizes the chronology of events, main points of the Commissioner's letter, and new information surrounding the important issues.

Get Involved: How We Can Increase Access to BPPV Treatment

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, also known as BPPV, is a widespread and common condition, affecting 2.4% of the general population. Despite how common this condition is, only 8% of affected people receive effective treatment for it. Let's change that.

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