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are therapists who have granted written permissions to our NHS professionals to use their global public resources to help patients better self-manage
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Thanks for your email. You can use anything you want from my website and Youtube. No problem.
Of course you may add logos and links as you wish. Please let me know if there is anything else you think I should add or change that would help you and your patients. I am always looking for new ideas and inspirations.
Dr Leonard Funk
Hi, Thank you for your message. Yes please feel free to refer to the Youtube channel for anything you feel is helpful. We are currently working with England Rugby Physio Phil Pask to create sports rehabilitation programs. I expect to launch more very soon. Please let me know if there is anything else I can help with.
thank you for your email and we are happy to help in these challenging times. You may refer your patients to our youtube channel.
Thank you for your email. It’s a very big compliment that you feel my videos are worth sharing and I’m more than happy for you to use them.
A link to my website would also be much appreciated.
CEO of sport-injury-physio
Hi Ian, By all means, feel free to link to our YouTube channel and/or embed our videos into your website directly.
Thanks for getting in touch. We’re delighted that you find Physiopedia useful for your patients, you are more than welcome to add our logo to your site to direct people to information. I have attached some logo images that you might find useful.
If you need anything else from me please let me know, always happy to help!
“That would be fantastic! Thank you so much. Stay healthy.”
Bob and Brad PT
That’s absolutely fine with me, you have my consent! Times are tough right now so I’m happy to help!
Feel free to share the you tube videos!
Thanks for reaching out. I’m glad you like my videos and think they will be helpful for your patients. Yes…
Thank you for contacting me regarding links to my YouTube content. I really do appreciate the professional courtesy you have shown in contacting me.
Yes by all means, please feel most welcome to provide links to my Physiotherapy content. A number of US urologists and large international websites e.g. Physiopedia are currently linking to my content and this is exactly the purpose for which it’s created.
If you need help to sift through my content to find particular subjects please don’t hesitate to ask as there are now 190 videos on my channel so it can be a little daunting to sift through it all and could be faster for me to direct you if required. Also if there is specific content that you’re seeking and can’t find, I’d be happy to consider making new content to assist you.
Please don’t hesitate to let me know if there is anything further you require.
Sure no problem. The podcasts are aimed at Physiotherapists though so there may be a level of assumed knowledge in many of the podcasts. You are welcome to link to them with credit to Clinical Edge/Physio Edge if you feel there is benefit.
Sure you can use my you tube videos.
Pleased I could be of service.
Contact me any time.
CEO and lecturer of The Physio Channel
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great to hear from you! We are doing several things to support clinics and hospital systems during these crazy times. We can do much better than just “allow’ you to link to our youtube videos…. Looking forward to connecting.
Founder of PhysioU
Thank you for reaching out. What you outlined below is fine, and we appreciate the reference back to our website.
SEO strategist SHARP HEALTHCARE
You are welcome to the Penn Medicine YouTube channel; a publicly available resource. You can embed a link to the video in his site, and credit to Penn Medicine as the source is of course much appreciated.
We wish you well. Hope your country manages to “flatten the curve.” Stay well.
communications department Penn medicine
I consider it a great compliment that a colleague and fellow healthcare professional deems my channel and videos of high enough quality to share with patients and clients. Thank you for your consideration.
I’m happy to grant you permission to link to videos on my channel provided .
Jared Beckstrand, PT, DPT
Thank you so much for reaching out and for your kind words on my youtube fitness channel! Id love to help support your patients. Whats most important for me is that I can get people onto the channel on Youtube. If you can direct your patients to my Youtube channel or specific videos / playlists on youtube then yes you have permission to do so.
Thank you and be well,
Thank you for contacting us. We really do want to support physios in the UK, and do what we can to help.
Tim @ RMP
rehab my patient
Thank you for getting in touch and considering my YouTube channel as a resource for your patients.
I would be delighted to help in any way I can so please feel free to share a link to my channel.
Jeannie Di Bon
Movement & hypermobility therapist
Thank you for contacting us and your willingness to share Margaret’s information. Permission granted. Please contact us if you have further questions or need support.
We have a comprehensive page dedicated with free resources for patients. Please take a look and I encourage you to share this on your website. It indexes many of the important YouTube videos on our channel.
Thank you for contacting the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. Your permission request has been approved.
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Reception and Communications Officer ACSQHC