Tips for Professional Telehealth consultations

In this Physitrack University video, Marieke will share her secrets on how to look good on your Physitrack Telehealth consultations. This won’t only help you with your business by coming across as a professional who knows what he or she is doing, but you will look better. And who doesn’t want to look good in front of a camera? 

Here are 4 little tips you can take on board to look like a pro in your Telehealth call.


Physitrack University provides valuable insights on optimizing appearance and professionalism during telehealth consultations. The session emphasizes four essential tips:

  1. Preparation: Before initiating a call, ensure that your browser settings allow microphone and camera usage. This step is crucial to avoid technical glitches and ensure a smooth interaction with clients.
  2. Lighting: Proper lighting is key to presenting yourself well on camera. Position light sources in front of you rather than behind to prevent silhouetting, which can be distracting and hinder visual communication.
  3. Surroundings: Selecting an appropriate environment for your telehealth session is vital. Find a quiet spot free from potential disturbances such as barking dogs, ringing phones, or noisy colleagues. Additionally, minimize clutter in the background to maintain focus on the consultation.
  4. Positioning: Pay attention to the placement of your camera to achieve an optimal view. Position it at eye level to establish a natural and engaging perspective. Avoid extreme close-ups or distant shots that may detract from the professional atmosphere. If necessary, use books or other props to adjust the height of your laptop.

By adhering to these four tips, practitioners can enhance their presence and professionalism during Physitrack telehealth calls. It's also advisable to conduct test calls with colleagues or friends beforehand to ensure that all settings are configured correctly for a seamless experience.

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