Master of Physical Therapy
The Department of Physical Therapy is well known for its high standards and excellent faculty. Both our academic faculty and our external faculty are recipients of prestigious teaching awards, providing an excellent learning environment. Our Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) Program has been accredited by Physiotherapy Education Accreditation Canada.
|Boyd, Lara||Plasticity / Neuronal Regeneration, Stroke, Learning and Memory, Physiology, Motor learning, Plasticity / Neuronal Regeneration , Motor System, Learning, Neurophysiology|
|Camp, Patricia||diagnosis and management of individuals with chronic lung disease, including patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)|
|Campbell, Kristin||Exercise, cancer prevention, cancer rehabilitation, cancer survivorship, physical activity, biomarkers, energy balance, obesity|
|Eng, Janice||Neurorehabilitation, spinal cord, brain|
|Guenette, Jordan||exercise physiology, respiratory physiology, respiratory diseases, sport performance|
|Hunt, Michael Anthony||Arthritis / Osteo-Arthritis, Joints (Articulations), Musculoskeletal Deformation, Neuromuscular Diseases, Orthoses and Prostheses, Rehabilitation, biomechanics, rehabilitation, musculoskeletal, physical activity, exercise|
|Li, Linda||Arthritis / Osteo-Arthritis, Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Care and Services, Health Care Technologies, Patient help-seeking experiences , Shared decision-making, Patient self-management , E-health, Rehabilitation and lifestyle interventions in arthritis management , Health services research, Patient engagement, Knowledge translation, Implementation science, Digital media|
|Liu-Ambrose, Teresa||Age and Risk Factors, Mobility, Cognitive Neuropsychology of Aging, Healthy Aging, Falls Prevention, Brain Health, Sleep, Physical Activity|
|Scott, Alexander||Musculoskeletal Lesions and Repair, musculoskeletal, sports medicine, physiotherapy, physical therapy, orthopaedics|
|Virji-Babul, Naznin||Concussion/mild traumatic brain injury, Developmental disabilities (Down’s syndrome), Developmental neuroscience (mirror neurons, perception-action coupling)|
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