Physician-assisted death: What does this mean for physiotherapy?

August 21, 2015
    There have been many news reports about physician-assisted death and the need for a Canadian debate. Many physiotherapists and physiotherapist assistants work with patients with severe disabilities. You may have first-hand experience working with patients who suffer from a degenerative dis...

WORLD AIDS DAY: WHAT DOES PHYSIOTHERAPY HAVE TO DO WITH IT?

November 26, 2014
  Twitterchat with us this Monday, December 1st, 2014, 12:00pm EST
Hashtag: #HIVandPhysio Over 30 years after the first diagnosis of HIV, the field of HIV and rehabilitation research is evolving and growing, with Canada and the United Kingdom (UK), as global leaders in this area.   In indus...

Cyber Attacks on the Rise: Reduce Your Risk When Working Remotely

November 11, 2020
Over recent years, and particularly in the last several months, as professionals adapt to the unique practice circumstances brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, an ever-increasing number of physiotherapists are utilizing technology to deliver services via telehealth. One of the consequences of th...

THE NEPAL EARTHQUAKE: HOW A PHYSIO HELPED

June 25, 2015
  After a natural disaster like the Nepal earthquake, we usually hear about the destruction and panic that it creates. However, even though stories of people coming together as a community and the incredible acts of kindness and generosity are less publicized, these positive events are often more...