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...