Physios: It’s time to upgrade!

It’s 2021 not the 1990s anymore Physios. It’s time to modernise the way you treat.

It’s 2021 not the 1990s anymore Physios. It’s time to modernise the way you treat. You need to encompass not only evidence based research, but actually encompass what works – aka RESULTS BASED Physiotherapy.

A LOT of you function like old Physios. Just like the medical world still functions on a fax machine… time to upgrade. Start trialling new methods, go to new courses, venture outside of your own ‘Physiotherapy’ world. There’s a new breed of practitioners coming through and you better be up to scratch.

Get creative with treatment, get creative with programming and get creative with your content ffs. Traditional is out and modern is in – don’t get left behind.

You all work for someone (expect for those doing their own thing) so understand that the better results you get = happy clients. Happy clients = better word of mouth (WOM) referral. Better WOM = more clients. More clients = happy boss. Happy boss = promotion for you. It’s simple.

Ben Humphris - Founder of Results Based Physiotherapy,Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT), Educator & Mentor

Ben Humphris - Founder of Results Based Physiotherapy,Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT), Educator & Mentor

Ben is the founder and Head Physiotherapist at Results Based Physiotherapy. He uses a wide range of manual therapy techniques to facilitate the healing process, and reduce pain with his clients because he understands that training and doing rehabilitation while in pain is not the solution to recovering well.

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The information contained in this article is general in nature and you should consult a health professional before  proceeding with any treatments mentioned in the above article.

Supporting literature and scientific studies can be found on the References page.

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Supporting literature and scientific studies can be found on the References page.