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.
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.
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.
If you are a clinic owner, aspiring clinic owner, independent contractor or a new grad, read our blog by Paul Wright and Karim Meghji to earn more, work less and enjoy life.
Join Meaghan Adams' in this online physiotherapy course about post-traumatic headaches and concussions. We’ll discuss the connection between headache and trauma, the types of headache that can be caused or exacerbated by traumatic injuries, how to differentiate between headache types, and how to treat patients with the various presentations of post-traumatic headache in your own practice.
New Course Release: Dermoneuromodulating: Treating the Patient as if Their Nervous System Really Mattered
Diane Jacobs discusses dermoneuromodulating (DNM), which is a method for handling the human body and, most of all, its nervous system, to facilitate change, particularly in terms of pain and motor outputs.
Embodia is a home exercise program (HEP) software built for physiotherapists by physiotherapists. By incorporating technology into our practice we are able to provide the best possible care to our patients while making our own jobs easier. Learn how our new HEP software can positively impact your practice and your patients' outcomes.
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?
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.
In this online physiotherapy course, Diane Lee and Nicole Sullivan discussed the models that consider interdependence of body regions. Introducing a synopsis of the current evidence on motor control, posture, movement, and the neuroscience of pain that informs the ISM approach.
The co-authors of Yoga and Science in Pain Care, Shelly Prosko, Marlysa Sullivan and Neil Pearson, joined us for a one hour complimentary webinar. Here are the highlights from that conversation where they discussed pain, the lived experience of pain, and yoga therapy as part of evidence-based pain care.
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).