Online Courses for Physical Therapists
by Melanie Connell

Empower your patients to
recover faster, get injured less, and perform better.

Do you tell your patients to breathe or take a deep breath but the words get lost in translation?

 Breathing is a powerful contributor to healing and recovery, yet breath work isn’t all that practical at times. 

If you want to know how to influence biomechanics, cognition, and the nervous system with one main tool for your patients, then incorporate breathing into your practice. And do it in a way that gives your patients real time tools to meet them where they are at. 

Watch this webinar for education on how to incorporate breathing for orthopedic patients, persistent pain patients, stressed out/anxious patients, and athletes.

Shallow breathing and over breathing do not provide adequate oxygen uptake. This webinar dives into better breathing to promote healing and get your patients to optimize performance, whatever their goals. 

One’s ability to maintain physical exercise is related to their body’s sensitivity to Carbon Dioxide. Learn why this matters, who can benefit, and how to incorporate it into your practice. 

It was a really informative and well thought out webinar. The clinical application aspect is amazing. You put the clinical testing in such an organized fashion that I can easily take it to the clinic. I can’t wait to implement the Co2 tolerance test into my assessments.

- Janet Y., Physical Therapist

What's in this Course?

  • Why and how to implement Co2 tolerance in your physical therapy practice
  • Identify who can benefit
  • How Co2 connects to stress
  • The physiological aspects of breathing for performance 
  • Autonomic control and stress resilience
  • Breathing for muscle efficiency and energy efficiency
  • Test and train Co2 tolerance 
  • Breath practices for better recovery

Cost: $24

I’ve been trying running with nasal only breathing, it is actually making recovery easier and I have less muscle soreness! Thank you for sharing online, I never thought about that aspect or how much it would make a difference.

- Julie W., Physical Therapist