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The podcast for students and new graduate physio's transitioning from university to life as a physio. Hosted by Nathan Mobbs experienced Physiotherapist and practice owner.

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The podcast for students and new graduate physio's transitioning from university to life as a physio. Hosted by Nathan Mobbs experienced Physiotherapist and practice owner.

    How to choose your PD courses in your first 2 years

    How to choose your PD courses in your first 2 years

    In today's episode we are talking all things professional development! This is a great topic for all new grads and those who are in their final years of study. We talk about our top 6 tips to choosing your PD courses, we mention a few of our favourite...

    • 18 min
    A Traffic Light Guide to Exercise Prescription

    A Traffic Light Guide to Exercise Prescription

    In today's episode we are talking exercise prescription, 80% of our treatment is prescribing exercise, so in order to  be successful in prescribing exercise we need a framework to guide this. Nathan talks about the traffic light guide, using our...

    • 14 min
    4 Stages to Recovery

    4 Stages to Recovery

    In today's episode we talk about the 4 stages to recovery, we break down rehabilitation into stages of recovery. These include stage 1 reduce pain and inflammation, stage 2 restore ROM and strength, stage 3 return to normal activities and stage 4...

    • 16 min
    What to look out for in your First Job

    What to look out for in your First Job

    In today's episode we are responding to one of our listeners questions, What to look out for in your first job? Job hunting can be a daunting experience and many early careers physio's don't do enough research in the practice they are applying for....

    • 17 min
    5 Tips to Sharpen your Clinical Reasoning

    5 Tips to Sharpen your Clinical Reasoning

    In today's episode we talk about clinical reasoning and give you 5 practical tips. Clinical reasoning is really important in underpinning our decisions; our diagnosis, treatment and management of our patients. If you are lazy in clinical reasoning, it...

    • 13 min
    How to build a full caseload

    How to build a full caseload

    In today's episode we are responding to one of our followers questions, Racquel sits down with Nath to have a chat about how you can build a full caseload as a new grad. It's not as simple as waiting for new patients to book in with you, there are a few...

    • 17 min

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