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77. Finding confidence as a new pelvic health physiotherapist with Anniken Chadwick and Trish Gipson

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In this episode, I sit down with Anniken Chadwick and Trish Gipson from the Cheerful Academy to discuss:

  • Reasons why new physiotherapy graduates are starting off in niche areas like pelvic health
  • Differences between practicing in orthopaedic vs pelvic health
  • The gap that exists between what we learn in pelvic health courses and what is like in the treatment room
  • Common struggles clinic owners experience when introducing a pelvic health practitioner to their team
  • As a clinic that employs many pelvic health physiotherapists, what are some common struggles that new practitioners bring up with you?
  • What led you to start the Cheerful Academy?
  • Describe what the Cheerful Pelvis Pelvic Health Fundamentals mentorship opportunity entails?

Learn more about the next Pelvic Health Fundamentals cohort here (Starts Jan 2024):
www.thecheerfulacademy.com

Click on this link for $150 off applied at checkout:
Discount link

Or enter code: 150off

Discount code in effect until Dec 15th 2023

Anniken (Founder), and Trish (Director of Clinical Services and Education) work together at both the Cheerful Pelvis, a pelvic health physio clinic in Vancouver BC, and The Cheerful Academy, where they offer online training and mentorship for physios working in pelvic health.

Trish is an FCAMPT therapist with a strong interest in sports and high-level rehab, while Anniken is trained in somatic psychotherapy and enjoys working with persistent pain and trauma. Both are trained in the Integrated Systems Model and take a whole body, whole person approach to their care.

The strength of Trish and Anniken's teamwork is in their differences and the space they create for the diversity in physio styles. They are passionate about using teaching approaches that allow for all types of learning, reasoning and personalities, whilst also offering structured frameworks for mentees to use while they find their own path.

Links to contact Anniken and Trish
https://www.instagram.com/thecheerfulacademy/
https://www.thecheerfulacademy.com/
Email Anniken: anniken@thecheerfulpelvis.com
Email Trish: trish@thecheerfulpelvis.com
Thanks for joining me!
Here is where you can find out how to work with me:
mommyberries.com

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Content provided by Melissa Dessaulles from Mommy Berries. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Melissa Dessaulles from Mommy Berries or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.

In this episode, I sit down with Anniken Chadwick and Trish Gipson from the Cheerful Academy to discuss:

  • Reasons why new physiotherapy graduates are starting off in niche areas like pelvic health
  • Differences between practicing in orthopaedic vs pelvic health
  • The gap that exists between what we learn in pelvic health courses and what is like in the treatment room
  • Common struggles clinic owners experience when introducing a pelvic health practitioner to their team
  • As a clinic that employs many pelvic health physiotherapists, what are some common struggles that new practitioners bring up with you?
  • What led you to start the Cheerful Academy?
  • Describe what the Cheerful Pelvis Pelvic Health Fundamentals mentorship opportunity entails?

Learn more about the next Pelvic Health Fundamentals cohort here (Starts Jan 2024):
www.thecheerfulacademy.com

Click on this link for $150 off applied at checkout:
Discount link

Or enter code: 150off

Discount code in effect until Dec 15th 2023

Anniken (Founder), and Trish (Director of Clinical Services and Education) work together at both the Cheerful Pelvis, a pelvic health physio clinic in Vancouver BC, and The Cheerful Academy, where they offer online training and mentorship for physios working in pelvic health.

Trish is an FCAMPT therapist with a strong interest in sports and high-level rehab, while Anniken is trained in somatic psychotherapy and enjoys working with persistent pain and trauma. Both are trained in the Integrated Systems Model and take a whole body, whole person approach to their care.

The strength of Trish and Anniken's teamwork is in their differences and the space they create for the diversity in physio styles. They are passionate about using teaching approaches that allow for all types of learning, reasoning and personalities, whilst also offering structured frameworks for mentees to use while they find their own path.

Links to contact Anniken and Trish
https://www.instagram.com/thecheerfulacademy/
https://www.thecheerfulacademy.com/
Email Anniken: anniken@thecheerfulpelvis.com
Email Trish: trish@thecheerfulpelvis.com
Thanks for joining me!
Here is where you can find out how to work with me:
mommyberries.com

Support the Show.

  continue reading

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