Musings about movement therapy and therapists, proactive and preventative health care, ideal clients and client outcomes
One of the toughest questions any kinesiologist or physiotherapist can get is:
‘What is the difference between a kinesiologist and a physiotherapist?’
Cue the internal eye roll and the big sigh - am I right?
I think my very favourite client responses when someone phones during our home based sessions and asks what the client is doing is, "I can't talk now, I'm doing physio with my kin." or "My kinesiologist is here to help me with my physio exercises." HOLY SMOKES
Most Canadians understand that the main mission of a health regulatory College is to protect the public from health care providers who are not practicing according to government mandated practice guidelines.
However, by listening to this message from regulatory Colleges many people may now have a bias toward seeking their health care solely from regulated providers who are working under their supervision and guidance. Canadians may be missing out on the skills and expertise of...
While my 'Perfect Day Formula' would involve touring around in the countryside in France - I was in Provence in the photo : ), that will have to wait - at least until???
Do you have your idea of a perfect work day? A perfect weekend day? A perfect holiday day?
I read a great book recently that taught me how to set up my perfect day - every day!
I bump in to many health care professionals online and in my work with my few clients. I’m often asked what I read and who I follow as I push my...
I listen to a LOT of audiobooks!
At the moment, I’m listening to ‘How to Be Better at Almost Everything’ – by Pat Flynn. Pat is a best-selling author, fitness expert, entrepreneur, and a professional business coach. This audiobook was published in January 2019.
I've been following Pat Flynn for a few years now. He is funny, relevant, and a marketer extraordinaire!
Pat's podcast, https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/listen is great company while I drive in between...
Kin grads are not ready for professional practice!
I know this first hand after teaching in a college program here in Ontario in the fall and winter of 2018. It was not an easy experience! The fourth year kin students in that program were not ready to start seeing clients after graduation. There was SO much they didn't yet know about professional practice!
The students were pretty upset when they realized this. There were quite a few heated discussions during that class! It wasn't their...