Perth physio changing the way physiotherapy is delivered

June 4, 2016

Scott Wescombe, the Founder of Happy Physio joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care, News and Physical Therapy Channels to discuss the missed opportunities in his Nan's life & how that is driving Happy Physio to change the way physiotherapy is delivered.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Scott Wescombe discuss the following:

  • Why did you choose to become a physiotherapist?
  • How did you get started in business?
  • What is the purpose or mission behind Happy Physio?
  • How is your physiotherapy service different?
  • Tell me about your book, 'From Pain & Injury To Healthy & Happy'?

Duration: 28:40

Scott Wescombe is a serial entrepreneur and an international human transformation expert who is obsessed with creating positive long lasting change in peoples lives.

Starting off as a personal trainer and les mills body trainer after transforming his own life as a late teenager, he went on to complete an Exercise & Sports Science degree and Physiotherapy degree with first class honours, as well as multiple other global qualifications that make peoples lives better.

Having impacted over a quarter of a million people in the past decade, Scott is still super hungry and relentlessly looking at even better ways to serve people with his highly valued team at Happy Physio. He is the author of 'From Pain & Injury To Healthy & Happy'. Scott is loving changing the way physiotherapy is delivered in private practice in Australia for more clients to benefit from real results and life changing breakthroughs.

You can follow Happy Physio on Instagram: @happyphysio & on Snapchat: HappyPhysioAus.


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Mother’s weight loss journey inspired young Aussie physio to tackle joint pain

February 4, 2016

Phebe Corey, an Australian Physiotherapist and Founder of the company Articfit whose feature product is known as ‘articfit pro-active tights’, joins eHealth Radio and the Health News, Fitness & Physical Therapy Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Phebe Corey discuss the following:

  • You mention your Mother’s weight loss inspired your product? Please tell us more…
  • So how does your product differ from traditional compression tights?
  • What is your mission behind your brand ‘articfit’?
  • Tell us about your blog, ‘Body Awareness’ and how it can help women…
  • What is next for articfit?

Tip: Don’t wait until you are injured to see a physiotherapist. Physio’s are skilled in assessing muscles weaknesses and biomechanical imbalances that can predict your risk of developing certain overuse injuries. Have an assessment today to identify and address these to be pro-active with your health. Remember pre-hab is the new re-hab!

Duration: 7:36

Phebe Corey is an Australian Physiotherapist experienced in private practice musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy including working with the Australian Cross Country Ski Team. She is the founder of the company Articfit and was featured as a semi-finalist in the Australian Women’s Weekly Qantas Women of the Future competition in 2015 for her company and vision of empowering women to be active.


Social Media Links:
Instagram: @articfit

Jessica Miller-Galbreath, PT, MS, DPT, on the Growing Role of Physical Therapist Assistants in the Health Care Industry

December 30, 2015

Dr. Jessica Miller-Galbreath, Program Director of the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Concorde Career College in Aurora, Colorado joins eHealth Radio and the Health News, Pain Management & Physical Therapy Channels.

Concorde has 16 campuses in eight states and has been training students to enter or advance their careers in health care for more than 60 years.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Jessica Miller-Galbreath discuss the following:

  • Can you tell us about your background in physical therapy and what led you to your current role as a director of the physical therapy assistant program at Concorde Career College?
  • How does your experience in the field of physical therapy help you in your current role?
  • Many people don’t know about the important role physical therapist assistants serve in the health care system at-large. Can you provide a typical “day in the life” of a physical therapist assistant”?
  • How do you see the role of physical therapist assistants expanding in the next five to ten years?
  • What would you like to tell someone who is looking to go into this profession?
  • Where can interested students go for more information or to find a program near them?

Duration: 10:41

Jessica Miller-Galbreath, PT, MS, DPT, has served as the program director for the Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program at Concorde Career College since the program’s inception in August 2010.  Dr. Galbreath holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois, as well as a Master of Science Degree in Physical Therapy and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Northwestern University.

Prior to accepting the position at Concorde, Dr. Galbreath worked as a clinical therapist for 12 years in a variety of settings including the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and the University of Colorado Hospital. She specialized in the treatment of individuals with a neurological impairment focusing primarily on patients with a spinal cord injury or a traumatic brain injury. Her previous teaching experience included serving as a clinical instructor for 10 years, providing guest lectures for local universities and teaching in the community. Additionally, Dr. Galbreath has previously been active in research regarding spinal cord injury and the management of spasticity.

Since 2013, Dr. Galbreath has served as a committee member for the PTA Curriculum Task Force and was promoted to Lead Program Director over the national PTA curriculum in 2014.

Dr. Galbreath is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, as well as the Colorado Clinical Educators’ Forum and Physical Therapist Assistant Educators SIG. She remains active in community service, participating in fundraising and volunteer work for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Project.


Global PT Day-of-Service, October 17, 2015

October 13, 2015

Efosa L. Guobadia PT, DPT, who is behind the Inaugural Global Initiative "The Global PT Day of Service", which is October 17, 2015 joins eHealth Radio and the Health News, Pain Management & Physical Therapy Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Efosa L. Guobadia discuss the following:

  • Where did the idea for the initiative come from?
  • How do you hope the day turns out?
  • What do you hope the overall impact is on the communities and those that serve?
  • What has been your favorite part about the planning for the initiative?
  • What can the listeners do to support or tune in?

Duration: 8:48

In, perhaps, one of the most ambitious and altruistic efforts ever spearheaded by the Physical Therapist community, the Inaugural Global PT Day-Of-Service has been announced for Saturday, October 17, 2015.

Conceptualized by Efosa L. Guobadia, DPT and executed with the help of friend and fellow PT Josh D'Angelo, DPT, this innovative initiative is mobilizing clinicians, students and associated staff of the Physical Therapy profession to volunteer in different communities around the world on the same day.

The unique element about the Global PT Day-Of-Service is that participants aren’t limited to donating their time, experience and passion to just PT volunteerism. They are encouraged to donate their service to anything in their community that needs help. Whether it’s working in a soup kitchen, cleaning up a park or assisting a local non-profit, the overall mission of the Global PT Day-Of-Service is that the PT profession as a whole unites on all fronts for the highest purpose … helping others.

What was once an idea has evolved into a real, palpable movement driven by ten volunteers, a growing list of international ambassadors, and many supporters across the world.

In fact, to date, PTs in every U.S. state have committed to the cause by serving as an ambassador. What’s even more impressive is that each state has more than one PT participating, with some boasting as many as a dozen ambassadors.

Internationally, the list of ambassadors continues to grow with participants in 23 countries and nearly 40 sponsors.

“Our hope for this day is that it sparks new connections, strengthens established ones, and further stimulates conversations on how we can keep this river flowing strongly for our profession and the communities we touch,” said Guobadia.

For those looking to get involved with the Global PT Day-Of-Service, the process is simple. Just visit There, visitors will have the ability to pledge to participate, sponsor, or donate to the initiative and learn how to spread the word about the project’s mission.

For a list of individuals leading service initiatives near your community, please visit