ABOUT CHRISTINE GIBSON
Since graduating from McGill University, Christine has specialized in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. She has developed an expertise in manual therapy but also incorporates an active approach to rehabilitation through therapeutic exercise programs.
She has diplomas in « Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy » from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She has taught orthopaedic assessment and treatment in the undergraduate physiotherapy program at McGill University. She has also taught advanced orthopaedic manual therapy courses in Quebec and France in association with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Her work experience includes work in the public sector at the Montreal General Hospital and Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital and several private clinics in Montreal and Australia. She opened her N.D.G. clinic in 2006. Although Christine’s primary interest has always been for a manual therapy approach for treating musculoskeletal conditions, she also treats balance and vestibular problems.
She has continued her own professional development through many national and international symposiums and courses.
In 2014, she completed a certificate in dry needling for musculoskeletal problems. In 2016, she completed her Master’s in clinical science from the University of Western Ontario. Her research project related to the shoulder has been published in the Journal of Hand Therapy.