Kevin

Registered Physiotherapist
BA, MScPT

Kevin is a graduate of the MscPT program at Queen’s University School of Rehabilitation Therapy, with 15 years of diverse experience in a variety of clinical settings. He has worked in both rural and urban centres in inpatient and outpatient hospital settings, as attending staff in an emergency department, in an orthopedic surgery clinic, in private clinics, in home care, in family health teams, in rehabilitation facilities and with sports teams. In 2009, Kevin began developing his specialization in the field of Vestibular Rehabilitation through mentorship and post-graduate courses. In December of 2014, Kevin received his certification as a Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapist from the American Institute of Balance. Kevin has assessed and treated hundreds of patients with dizziness and balance disorders, establishing himself as one of Eastern Ontario’s most experienced vestibular therapists. Kevin has been invited to present at Grand Rounds for the Family Medicine program at the Queen’s University School of Medicine and help further develop the vestibular component of the Family Medicine Residency curriculum. He has also been invited to teach the vestibular component of the MscPT program at Queen’s University annually since 2015.

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More About Kevin

Courses

  • ​Vestibular Rehabilitation: An Evidence-Based Approach 

  • 50-hour Certification Course in Vestibular Assessment and Management

  • Successful re-certification exams 2016, 2018, 2020

  • TCPS2: CORE certificate (research ethics)

  • Ontario Assistive Devices Program Authorizer for Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Mobility Aides

  • Mackenzie Part A, the Lumbar Spine

  • Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute, Level 1

  • COMMENCE Chronic Pain Self-Management 

  • Pelvi-Perineal Re-Education: Level I – Urinary Incontinence

  • Pelvi-Perineal Re-Education: Level II – Dyspareunia

  • Transperineal Sonography

  • Physiotherapy Interventions in Critical Care Settings

  • Movement Impairment Syndromes (Sahrmann Level 1)

  • Heart Wise Exercise (Ottawa

  • The Role of Physiotherapy in the Management of Diabetes

  • Oxygen Titration and Tracheal Suctioning

  • Exercise is Medicine

Areas of Experience

  • Vertigo

  • Generalized dizziness and/or
    disequilibrium

  • Peripheral or central nervous system vestibular disorders

  • Post-concussion syndrome

  • Chronic pain

  • Research and Education

    • Multiple publications in peer reviewed journals​