Knowledge is power. Learn more about recent athletic therapy and physiotherapy research, navigating academia, and thriving on in life.
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It’s September! There is a fresh school year beginning for some and others are embarking on the beginnings of their career as new grad clinicians. Five years ago, I had

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Considering that today is “Bell Let’s Talk Day”, I thought this was the perfect opportunity to finally open up and really talk about my experiences with mental health and grief

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In our recent study, we assessed dynamic balance using a lower-limb reaching task. Youth athletes (n= 34) from a hockey academy with (n= 12) or without history of concussion participated

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Johanna Hurtubise, PhD, CAT(C) Department of Kinesiology and Applied Health, University of Winnipeg Movements are an important aspect of your daily life and are often done without even thinking about it,

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Matthew Miller, MSc, CAT(C), Concordia University. Obesity and sedentary behavior are becoming a major problem in todays society, especially among children (put those phones down and move!). Health care interventions

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The number of allied health professionals returning to school to explore research at the Master’s and PhD levels in Canada is on the rise. Over the past couple of years,

Let’s thrive together.