KT Blog: Effects of Sport-Related Concussion on Cognitive-Motor Integration in Athletes

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, for example when you reach out to grab your cup of coffee. These types of movements, where you look at what you are reaching towards … Continue reading KT Blog: Effects of Sport-Related Concussion on Cognitive-Motor Integration in Athletes

Winter Running: Tips for Training & the Prevention of Injuries

We all have to admit that we've been spoiled with the late arrival of winter in Southwestern Ontario this year. The past couple of weeks have been the first real exposure to snow days, icy roads and sub-zero temperatures that seem to be here to stay. For those of us who are braving the winter … Continue reading Winter Running: Tips for Training & the Prevention of Injuries

New Year, New Goals..New Gadgets? Benefits of Activity Trackers

As we welcome another new year, most of us are taking a step back and looking at what we accomplished in 2015 and determining where we can improve ourselves in 2016. It's that time of year that the fitness and health industry thrives off of our new years resolutions. Most likely these goals will be aimed at losing a few pounds, joining a … Continue reading New Year, New Goals..New Gadgets? Benefits of Activity Trackers

Katie Mitchell, MScPT, CAT(C)

I'm a Registered Physiotherapist and Certified Athletic Therapist CAT(C) working at Woolwich Physiotherapy in Elmira, Ontario. My clinical practice is primarily orthopaedic injuries, sport-related concussion, and vestibular conditions. As well, I provide sports therapy coverage within the Waterloo region for teams including the Waterloo County Rugby Football Club, Ontario Sledge Hockey, and other various events. I … Continue reading Katie Mitchell, MScPT, CAT(C)