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The 5 Types of Physiotherapy Professional Development: Advice from a Clinic Owner and Mentor

Posted on: June 23rd, 2022 by Dan Sivertson
Models of Personal Development

The vast majority of new physios I meet are very interested in receiving ongoing Professional Development (PD) education, also known as Continuing Professional Development (CPD).   I’m willing to bet that PD is important to you as well.   In fact, I find it’s the #1 talking point in interviews.  And that interest is good! Why? […]

Physiotherapy Jobs in BC: 6 Clinic Models you Need to Consider

Posted on: March 31st, 2022 by Dan Sivertson
Clinical Models: Your Physiotherapy Career

So you are about to begin working in private practice, if you have not already.   Physio jobs in BC, especially Surrey, Langley and Vancouver, are in demand.  You’ll need a way to evaluate the opportunities. I looked at the PABC job posting site, ran a bit of math and made a nifty graphic, and you […]

How to Set Your Physiotherapy Career Up for Success

Posted on: February 16th, 2022 by Dan Sivertson
Blog Series for New Physios: Your Career

This blog series is for any clinician starting out in private practice, be it Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy or any other allied health profession. So when I say “physiotherapy”, you can insert your chosen area. With the recent completion of the UBC- run “BC Registration Evaluations”  there is a large cohort of new physios about to […]

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