The Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia's sixth position paper for the Physio Can Help Campaign provides an overview of how Physiotherapy Can Help Improve Health Care for all British Columbians. The paper summarizes the points covered in the previous five papers, released in advance of last year's May 9 provincial election.
Our PABC Member Shandia Cordingley is in PyeongChang for the 2018 Winter Olympics, working with the Canadian Men's and Women's Snowboardcross team and the Men's Alpine Snowboard team. We interviewed her before she left for South Korea, and have been having a great time cheering her athletes on during the Games. Be sure to catch the Finals of the Giant Slalom on Saturday to catch Darren Gardner and Jasey Jay Anderson in action!
What is your name and what is your involvement in the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics?
Our PABC Member Peter Curtain visited Global Television in Vancouver on February 2 to discuss the right ways to carry bags and backpacks to avoid back and shoulder problems. Check out his Bag Breakdown in this clip from Global Morning.
MEMBER NEWS: Follow up Letter to WSBC
MEMBER NEWS: FREE Access to Steve Nash Fitness Club
We are excited to announce that Steve Nash Fitness Clubs has partnered with our Perks Program!
For the month of JANUARY 2018 all PABC Members & their Families will have FREE access to all 23 Steve Nash gym locations!
MEMBER NEWS: Clarification, Physios for Low Income Clients
In the last issue of Directions Magazine we put a call out looking for physiotherapists to assist low-income British Columbians with low-fee/pro-bono options for physiotherapy, outside of the usual MSP Premium Assistance Plan. This request was made referencing the HeathLinkBC service as an example of where these services may be applicable. PLEASE NOTE: This request was made independent of HealthLinkBC.
MEMBER NEWS: WSBC Information Bulletin
Attention: Physiotherapy Service Providers
Subject: Physiotherapy Agreement Update
MEMBER NEWS: WSBC Diana Miles Response
MEMBER NEWS: WSCB Update
This morning, WSBC announced another one week extension to submit the RFP. However, answers to questions we sent over on Monday have not been posted yet. What this means is that the process is on hold for a few more days. A number of you have asked questions with respect to the withdraw of the RFP. If you want to withdraw your submission, the process is here.