Dr. Mindy Levin
Dr Levin trained as a physiotherapist at McGill University (B.Sc. 1976) and practiced for several years at the Rehabilitation Institute of Montreal where she specialized in neurological rehabilitation. She obtained a M.Sc. degree in Clinical Sciences from the University of Montreal in 1985 followed by a Ph.D. in Physiology from McGill University in 1990 under the directorship of Dr Christina Hui-Chan. She completed an additional two years of post-doctoral training in neurophysiology at the University of Montreal under the co-directorship of Drs. Yves Lamarre and Anatol G. Feldman. From 1992 to 2004, Dr Levin held positions as researcher and professor in the School of Physiotherapy at the University of Montreal. She taught courses at the undergraduate and graduate level mainly in the areas of electrotherapy and neurology.
Dr. Philippe Archambault
Dr Archambault is an assistant professor at the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy at McGill University. His research focuses on the use of technology in rehabilitation. Dr Archambault has initiated a project involving the design and testing of a smart robotic device, which has the ability to predict the target of arm movement in subjects with muscle weakness and also has the capability of assisting movement execution. In addition, he leads a project on the quantitative measurement of powered wheelchair driving skills. These measurements are then used for assessment and training in real and simulated environments. Dr Archambault’s research is conducted at the Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital.
Debbie Miller has specialized in clinical physiotherapy in a rehabilitation setting since graduating from McGill University ( BSc. PT, 1980). She has in-depth clinical experience in neurology and has been certified in neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT) since 1990. Debbie has been practising at the Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital, Laval, Quebec for over 30 years, largely in the neurology program and is a staff physiotherapist on the interdisciplinary stroke team. She is a mentor for physiotherapy students and colleagues. Her focus is optimizing the function of her stroke clients in the hospitalized rehabilitation setting and facilitating their return home and to their community.
Emmanuel Lo Monaco
Emmanuel Lo Monaco’s educational credentials include two Bachelor of Science degrees and one Master of Science degree. He obtained on Bachelor of Science degree at Concordia University in Exercise Science, and at Queen’s University in Physical Therapy. He received his Master’s degree from McGill University in Rehabilitation Sciences and was awarded a Physical Therapy Fellowship in 1988 by The National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research of the U.S.A., the purpose of which was to develop his capacity to do advanced rehabilitation research.
Emmanuel has been a physiotherapist since 1992 and worked in private clinics in Montréal, Québec and Surrey, British Columbia before opening his clinic in Hawkesbury Ontario in 2003. His areas of interest include human motor control, neurophysiology of pain mechanisms, vestibular physiology both in the clinical and research setting. He’s worked with people of all ages who have sustained injuries in motor vehicle accidents, in the workplace and in sports.
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