In this episode, we talk with Nick Hannah, a genuinely innovative physiotherapist in London, Ontario, Canada. We discuss why communication is the next frontier in physical rehabilitation and how it can be utilised in a Pilates class for clients with persisting pain.
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About Nick Hannah:
Nick is physiotherapist in London, ON deeply passionate about practice skills.
You may know Nick from his online healthcare platform @hannahmoves (yes, he is a Canadian celebrity) where he regularly publishes content about clinical practice, health, pain and life in general. Nick is no stranger to ruffling feathers online and will happily defend what he values and views as most important to clinical life.
Most recently he launched an 8-week clinical mentorship called Communic8 to explore his passions of education in service of his profession.
Outside the clinic, Nick loves cooking, fishing and training. Increasingly so he concerns himself more with activities of being, rather than doing. He knows life is super short: so laugh loud, love hard and stop taking everything so damn seriously.
About Raphael Bender:
Raph believes everyone deserves the opportunity to transform into a better version of themselves. His main strength as a teacher and movement professional is the ability to distill complex research findings into a simple, science-based approach to help people move fearlessly, thoughtlessly, and painlessly. He LOVES running, weights, cycling, and Contrology.
Raph holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology (Rehabilitation), a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science, Diploma of Pilates Movement Therapy, and STOTT PILATES full certification.
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