Everyone has a story to tell and we would love to hear yours.
Physiopedia is a community of amazing people. Not just the team who volunteer their time to providing the best physiotherapy resource in the world for free, but you the reader. Without you there wouldn’t be a Physiopedia.
To the team there is nothing better than hearing how Physiopedia has changed your clinical practice and helped your patients get better. For the team it is the reward for their hard work. As nice as it is, it isn’t just about making the team feel good about their work, it is also about inspiring family, friends, colleagues and patients. Physiopedia is a resource for everyone, it can be used in so many different ways and the team are always amazed at how far their work can reach.
By sharing stories and communicating with each other we can create a truly #GlobalPT community. Let’s share our stories and grow our physiopedia community and inspire others. This is where you come in, we would love to hear your what, why and how of Physiopedia. What you you use it for, Why you use it and How it has affected you career, life or patients.
Tell us your story.
Tales of Physiopedia
Sharing your Physiopedia tale is easy. It doesn’t have to be a grand gesture, it doesn’t have to be revolutionary and it certainly doesn’t have to be profound. The aim should be to show what the resource means to you and this is different and unique depending on your circumstances.
A recent Physiopedia tale was posted on Physiospot. From starting as a course participant to ending as course creator, Andrea Sturm’s story is a Physiopedia heart warmer. The combination of bravery and Physiopedia can create amazing things.
But please don’t feel intimidated by the size and outcome of Andrea’s story. It isn’t the size that matters most it is the meaning behind the words, it about your journey.
What and How Can You Share?
The beauty of an online community is that we can share all different types of stories. Photos, videos, songs, words, and posters you create it and we can share it. All you have to do is get in touch via Twitter, Facebook or Email. Remember it isn’t about perfect it is about you and sharing your story.