Upcoming PABC Hosted Courses

Are you ready to elevate your physiotherapy practice? The Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia (PABC) is excited to announce upcoming courses to enhance your skills and knowledge!

Generative Artificial Intelligence Webinar

June 13th, 2024

Are you curious about the use of AI in PT practice?

Join Neil Nijjar (PABC), Susan Paul (CPTBC), Kathy Davidson (CPTBC), Lisa Carroll (CPA) and Alison Hoens (PABC) at 7 pm PST on Thursday June 13th to learn more about Generative AI, how it could support PT practice, the risks and what questions PTs need to ask themselves while using it, and to discuss regulatory obligations within the context of AI.

The Kids Running Course

September 21st, 2024

Kids Physio Group and The Running Physio have teamed up to create the world’s first course directed specifically on how to work with kids on the skill of running. Together, both instructors from the pediatric and running worlds will teach you all about typical running development from infancy to teenagerhood, provide you with running and biomechanical assessment strategies, and explore the special considerations for performance running in pediatrics.

Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy: Review of the Basics

October 19th, 2024

The Review of Basics course is designed to provide physiotherapists with a comprehensive review of fundamental concepts and practices in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy. This course is suitable for physiotherapists seeking to refresh their knowledge or enhance their clinical skills in the cardiorespiratory care domain. The method of delivery will be through lectures, case studies, and interactive discussions to create an engaging learning experience.

Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy: Case Integration Into Practice

October 20th, 2024

The Case Integration course is designed for physiotherapists seeking to enhance their clinical reasoning and decision-making skills in the field of cardiorespiratory physiotherapy. The course focuses on the integration of theoretical knowledge into practical case-based scenarios, in order to deepen participants’ understanding of complex cardiorespiratory scenarios. The delivery method is through interactive and collaborative case-based discussions, and review of the literature, where appropriate.

Temporomandibular Disorders and Orofacial Pain – Evaluation and Treatment

November 16th & 17th 2024

This 2 day course will provide a basic understanding of evaluation and treatment of common temporomandibular disorders and orofacial pain.

Course participants will learn the anatomy and biomechanics of the TMJs, the neurological input and overlap in the craniofacial region, referred pain patterns, and diagnostic categories with associated clinical presentation.

AMP Knowledge Project - Cervicothoracic Disorders

November 30th & December 1st 2024

This course will be simultaneously hosted in both Prince George and Vancouver. The in-person weekend session (November 30/December 1, 2024) will be teleconferenced and run simultaneously with the Vancouver location. An expert instructor will be on-site at both locations and instructors will share lecturing responsibilities using teleconference technology. Hands-on activities will be facilitated by the on-site instructor at each location.