Professional Education

Embody Physiotherapy provides unique opportunities for evidence-based, independent professional continuing education for physical therapists, both at our Sewickley, PA practice and at other locations around the world!

Embody Physiotherapy provides Professional mentoring: 

  • Patient mentoring and problem solving
  • One-to-one and small group teaching in person and by distance
  • Business mentoring

In Person

We offer important professional education through in person sessions quarterly. Click the link below to see what is up and coming on our schedule.


We have online learning opportunities for you. Even if you don’t have a lot of extra time, you can still learn on the fly. Click on the link below to learn more about our online learning options.


The Integrative Women’s Health Institute works to provide education and resources for professional around the world. Their online learning campaigns have helped practices become stronger and smarter. Click the link below to learn more.

Contact us to request more information about your Professional Mentoring needs and goals:

Coming in 2020: What’s on the Horizon?

Yoga in Health Care Practice: Rebecca Meehan March 7-8 2020. Course description to follow. Course open to all healthcare practitioners, including PTA and COTA.

Ben Cormack.  Sept 26-27, 2020. Ben Cormack owns and runs Cor-Kinetic. He is a musculoskeletal therapist with a clinical background in sports therapy, rehabilitation, pain science & exercise stretching back 15 years. He specialises in a movement & exercise based approach with a strong education component and patient centred focus.Click here for more information

Kathy Wallace: Pelvic Floor and Prolapse August 2020.

More Information to follow with course description and schedule.

Improving Pelvic Floor Function Through Spinal Manual Therapy with Susan Clinton, Detroit Michigan

Feb 2020

Join Susan Clinton in Detroit Michigan: Look beyond the traditional regional approach of pelvic floor PT to understand how addressing dysfunctions of the transitional regions of the spine – from the lumbosacral region to the upper cervical spine can positively affect lumbo/pelvic dysfunction. This 1-day course is designed to expand your current practice through evidence based and biologically plausible methods of examination and intervention of both upper quarter dysfunctions and the lower quarter region.Click here for more information

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