Webinar: Join us for The Science Behind Why Movement Matters.

Wednesday May 9th from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm


Webinar Synopsis:Sedentary lifestyle is associated with poor health, chronic pain and increased risk of falls. We all offer activities for our residents and clients, but what activities are the best? How much and how often? Why does moving matter so much? Learn from Registered Physiotherapist and Owner and founder of Physio2U, Kim Hall, the science behind why moving matters.

Learning Objectives:

  1. After the session, participants will be able to list the appropriate intensity and length of time for activities in order to make a significant difference to health.
  2. After the session, participants will be able to list the three body systems responsible for balance.
  3. After the session, participants will understand ideal posture and be able to perform and teach three exercises to help improve posture in sitting; and three in standing.


NCTRC Job Analysis Codes: Foundational Knowledge, Implementation

Speaker Bio: Kim Hall, Registered Physiotherapist

Kim graduated with honours as a physiotherapist from Queen’s University in 2005. After establishing her career at Vancouver Coastal Health and gaining extensive experience in acute care, orthopaedics and stroke recovery, Kim decided to help people who needed rehabilitation the most due to their limited mobility. She created a unique model of physiotherapy service provision including one-hour, 1:1 sessions that include hands-on-treatment, education and exercise prescription based on movement pattern retraining. The Physio2U approach appreciates and understands that the clinician-client relationship is fundamental to recovery and feeling better.

Since the start of Physio2U in early 2012, it has grown to the largest in-home physiotherapy company in Western Canada. Kim is a strong believer in life-long learning. Through the University of British Columbia, Kim has mentored internationally trained physiotherapists and has completed a pilot study on an exercise program she helped create specific to people recovering from joint replacement surgery. She is an active member of the provincial Arthritis Continuing Education (ACE) Network, national Arthritis Health Professions Association (AHPA), Physiotherapy Association of BC and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. In April 2016, she was appointed to the Board of Directors of the College of Physical Therapists of BC and sits on the Inquiry Committee.


Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/421984156820417795

Webinar Evaluation Form: The Science Behind Why Movement Matters Webinar Evaluation Form