When I started Sisu Sports Performance & PT in Seattle, I made a very deliberate decision to support women to the best of my ability within my business. This meant, offering better care options for women but also supporting women-owned businesses, to the best of my ability, in every way.
Gaining access to high quality continuing education opportunities as a physical therapist can be challenging and while programs like MedBridge offer some excellent opportunities through online learning, it can be tough to filter through the endless number of courses to find quality education. Not only that, but I craved personal connection. I wanted to MEET the most highly regarded providers in the world. To be challenged through thought, intellect and personal connection.
When it came to my education as a professional, I wanted to learn from the best, and as it turns out, some of the most decorated women in physical therapy were offering the quality continuing education courses that had me drooling. The only problem, was that they were offering these courses in Chicago and I live in Seattle.
So, after a few adult beverages, I decided to reach out to Sarah Haag of Entropy Physiotherapy & Wellness, in the hopes of convincing her and Sandy Hilton to agree to partner with me. I fully admit, this ask was a selfish one. I wanted better learning opportunities here in the Northwest. Much to my surprise, she said yes. It felt like a marriage proposal of a lifetime and I quickly became the luckiest woman in the world. It was shortly after that, that I decided to reach out to my old colleague and friend, Paige Raffo, the owner of Balance & Flow Physio, to facilitate this opportunity by providing the right clinic space.
Entropy brings in world class physical therapists including names in the likes of: Julie Wiebe, Christopher Johnson, Jessica Davis, Greg Lehman, Adam Meakins, Erik Meira and let us not forget, the owners themselves, Sandy Hilton and Sarah Haag.
These courses, brought in by two of the most impressive women in our field, are a result of the network of people they have all over the world. Opportunities like this do not exist anywhere other than Chicago and now the Seattle-area. I am incredibly honored and proud to support their mission to bring, as their tagline states, 'world class continuing education' opportunities to healthcare providers, now in the Pacific Northwest.