TrainedTo is committed to supporting the young leaders and next generation of Physiotherapists, Chiropractors and Osteopaths.
By getting students involved, and applying their knowledge to real life applications at a young age, we believe that they will be much better equipped for the future. We hope that this program will cultivate interest and build the leaders of tomorrow.
TrainedTo’s goal is to help improve 100,000 peoples health and physical abilities in the next 5 years. We hope to achieve this by providing the resources and tools on Gua Sha therapy, along with other manual therapy techniques.
$500USD towards higher education
All students currently enrolled in a bachelor of science program, or at an accredited college for physiotherapy, chiropractor therapy, or osteopathic therapy.
- All applicants must complete an article on how you would diagnose and treat a patient with any of the following issues (choose one):
- Shoulder pain (could be shoulder impingement, frozen shoulder etc.)
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Shin Splints
- Back Pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Neck Pain
- Tennis Elbow
- Knee Pain
- Try to incorporate exercises you would have patients perform as part of their rehabilitation, along with other treatment methods you would use.
- Bonus points for accompanying images with the exercises.
- Article length must be at least 700 words.
- Articles must be written in a “How to” format (ie. How to diagnose and treat shin splints).
- Avoid using the word “I” or “me” in the article.
- Complete your article
- Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Put “Scholarship Submission 2016” in the subject line. Make sure to include the following:
- Your name, mailing address and phone number
- The name of the school you are attending
- Proof of acceptance/enrollment
- Your area of study
By submitting your application, you give Hin Lai (Director of TrainedTo), TrainedTo and DITU Inc. complete ownership of your content, along with permission to use and modify your work for marketing and promotional purposes.
December 31, 2016.
The winner will be contacted in the first week of January 2017. If they do not claim their prize within 2 weeks of notification, then the second winner will be contacted.