We had a wonderful time connecting with and serving our valued community of occupational therapists that utilize complementary and integrative healthcare into their OT practice. We have rounded up the top 10 most viewed blog posts on our website. We hope you appreciate the buzz around the Holistic OT Community as much as we do! Here are our most popular posts of the year.
In this post, we learn more about our Holistic OT Community Practitioner Jahara Jane Seitz, who brings myofascial release (MFR) therapy, yoga, and movement education to her clients. She is also an avid surfer!
Many enjoyed our Healing Connections Podcast this year. In this episode, Holistic OT Community Practitioner Tina Gilberti discusses how diet can improve mood, behavior, and the immune system.
Another episode of our Healing Connections Podcast features a Holistic OT Community Practitioner Deborah Rogers who utilizes integrative health techniques for pain management after her personal and professional experiences with chronic pain.
Dr. Arlene Schmid, a Holistic OT Community Practitioner, called for occupational therapists who utilize yoga to contribute to her research at Colorado State University.
In this post, Holistic OT Community Practitioner Dan Eisner discusses his book The Clinical Success Formula, a written tool for students and practitioners alike to take a holistic approach to their practice.
In this post, OT student Tauni Malmgren dives into NADA Protocol, an ear acupuncture procedure that can be used by medical professionals.
In this post, Holistic OT Community Practitioner Kelly Clancy discusses what it means to treat a client holistically, taking into account their mind, body, and spirit.
In this post, Holistic OT Community Practitioner Rachel Gottesman gives helpful tips through the lens of a healthcare provider that provides myofascial release (MFR) techniques.
In this post, we learn more about our Holistic OT Community Practitioner Karla Arredondo who is in the exciting field of women’s health care through a holistic lens.
Our most visited post this year was about the complementary and integrative health offerings at the AOTA conference. We are pleased to serve as a place where likeminded therapists can connect and learn more from each other.
Thank you to our entire community who has contributed to our blog. We are pleased that many of our blog posts feature our valued community members. We are grateful for the support and sharing of our content and look forward to 2019!
What kind of content would you like to see next year? Please let us know in the comments.