EIM is pleased to announce an official partnership with Tall Tree Integrated Health Centre and the Journal Orthopedic Club. As part of the collaboration, Tall Tree Integrated Health Centre (TTIHC) and Journal Orthopedic Club (JOC) become Program Partners with EIM for their two locations in Victoria, BC and Vancouver, BC.
Using the most up-to-date research and cutting edge technology, EIM is transforming the way physical therapists are trained and educated. EIM’s Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency, Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship, Postprofessional DPT in Musculoskeletal Management, and Manual Physical Therapy Certification training programs are delivered to the physical therapist, where they live and work, through web-based educational “distance learning” platforms. Online learning is complimented by a thorough mentoring program and on-site weekend intensives conducted at Program Partner locations throughout the United States and Canada.
Many members of EIM’s faculty are recognized internationally for their contributions to education, research, and clinical practice. EIM’s faculty has received ninety-five-plus research grants, totaling over $10.5 million. EIM faculty members have also taught 220-plus university level courses, founded over forty different business organizations, and held appointed positions in forty-plus state and 115-plus national and international professional associations. Under their supervision, Residents and Fellows have the opportunity to receive the highest caliber of training and become distinguished leaders in evidence-based orthopaedic and manual physical therapy practice.
Tall Tree Integrated Health Centre (TTIHC) and Journal Orthopedic Club (JOC) will serve as a training location for EIM’s clinical residencies, fellowship, and traditional continuing education curriculum. The partnership will also allow Tall Tree Integrated Health Centre (TTIHC) and Journal Orthopedic Club (JOC) to expand their internal clinical education and research activities. Several of the offerings included in the Residency and Fellowship curricula will be made available to other Tall Tree Integrated Health Centre (TTIHC) and Journal Orthopedic Club (JOC) staff, enhancing lifelong learning and quality improvement initiatives for many of their professional personnel.
About Tall Tree Integrated Health Centre (TTIHC) and Journal Orthopedic Club (JOC):
Tall Tree Integrated Health Centre (TTIHC) is a physiotherapist owned practice that is actively owned and managed by Bradley Jawl. Journal Orthopedic Club (JOC) is a collaboration of young PTs focused on staying current with the literature and it is facilitated by Bradley Jawl, Sean Overin, and Steve Young. TTIHC and JOC is committed to enhancing the Physical Therapy profession through the promotion of best practices and innovative delivery systems with a particular interest in evidence-based manual therapy, various movement paradigms and expanding the scope of the Physical Therapy field. Tall Tree Integrated Health Centre (TTIHC) is located in Victoria, BC with five physiotherapists while Journal Orthopedic Club (JOC) is located in Vancouver, BC with approximately forty members.