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By Andrew Koppejan, PT

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This podcast focuses on helping Canadian physiotherapists in their clinical practice and careers. If you haven’t heard of ignitephysio before, it’s a free, community driven website for physiotherapists where you can ask and answer practice questions, find useful articles and access a databank of reviewed clinical resources.

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As a Physiotherapy Student, I absolutely love this podcast! I do lots of commuting to school or practicum during the week and out to the country on weekends. This podcast allows me to learn and explore so many aspects of Physiotherapy that I would struggle to find time to read up on. Thank-you, Keep up the good work!


Really enjoyed the podcast on Senior's Health! I liked the clinical pearl about putting your history into the context of the ICF. Thanks Andrew and Todd!


I really enjoyed listening to these podcasts so far. In particular, the scoliosis podcast (#2) is very interesting and useful for a number of reasons.

Firstly, the speaker gives a great overview of the different schools of thought and surgical procedures in relation to scoliosis.

Secondly, she goes into great detail about what physiotherapists can do for patients with scoliosis and when other interventions may need to come into play. Describing the degrees of curvatures that are important and what we need to know as physiotherapists treating patients with scoliosis.

Finally, the podcasts wraps up with major take-home points for physiotherapists in practice. As a clinician in her second year of practice, I have often felt that scoliosis is an intimidating condition to treat. This short podcast highlighted some important points to help people when treating scoliosis.

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  • Category: Medicine
  • Language: English

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