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PSD Newsletter May 2015

Tim Wideman PT, PhD   Last month an eight-year old dream of mine became a reality – I started teaching my very own entry-level physiotherapy course on pain management. I love teaching and after years of graduate and post-doctoral training I finally have the opportunity to help train future physio...

CMPT Frequently Asked Questions

Interested in applying the CMPT to your practice or facility but not sure where to start? Start here! CMPT Help offers tips, troubleshooting and how-to information on the CMPT publication and its related resources.  To use this resource, first click on the category below most closely related to t...

Tea & Tango (Fall 2014)

Over the past year a new, non-medical program has emerged for Halifax residents living with neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, stroke and Alzheimer’s. Tea & Tango is a community-based dance program that combines an Argentine Tango class with afternoon te...

Too Fit to Fracture (Winter 2015)

  Title: An update on the Too Fit to Fracture initiative Authors: Caitlin McArthur, MScPT, PhD student, Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo Lora Giangregorio, PhD, Adjunct scientist, Toronto Rehab Institute-University Health Network   Osteoporosis is a skeletal disorder characterize...