NOTE: lecture dates are to be determined based registrant availability once registration deadline has passed
Online Lectures – TBA, weekly lectures
— Dates to follow.
Clinical Learning Dates
– Dec 9th/10th, 2023
– Jan 20th/21st, 2024
***Dates are subject to change***
– Orthopaedic Division Member: $1,621.50
– CPA Member: $1,815.50
– Non-Member: $2,012.50
Option 1: One time payment of entire course fee online
Option 2: After-pay (4 installments).
To participate in the instalment payment plan, you will pay an initial upfront registration fee of $500, followed by 3 additional payments throughout the course.
Payments will be due following the clinical weekends, on the following dates:
The prices for instalment payments will be as follows:
– Orthopaedic Division Member: $373.67 x3
– CPA Member: $439.34 x3
– Non-Member: $504.17 x 3
Option 3: by cheque in full or 3 post-dated cheques
If you wish to pay by cheque,
Please add the “pay by cheque” option to your cart, and email firstname.lastname@example.org to provide notification selection. Cheques can be made payable to:
Nova Scotia Orthopaedic Division
Mail to: Hailey West
Dalhousie Physiotherapy Clinic
6260 South St, Halifax, NS B3H 4R2
An administrative fee of $150 will be charged for late cancellation.
Late cancellation is considered as any cancellation made after the registration deadline November 24th, 2023)
November 24th, 2023
YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED UNTIL YOUR PAYMENT IS RECEIVED
Alison Beaton graduated from Dalhousie University in 2003 and received her Advanced Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2009; her MClSc From Western in 2012; and Sports Diploma in 2014. She spent much of her career with the Cirque du Soleil, has held Orthopaedic clinical positions all across Canada and volunteered both with National level sports teams and in communities in South Africa and South America. In Halifax, Alison is co-owner of and works at Scotia Physiotherapy, and instructs in the orthopaedic assessment and gross anatomy labs at Dalhousie University. Alison brings a unique perspective to teaching orthopaedic assessment and problem solving in treatment.
Rhonda Reardon is currently the manager and senior therapist at the Dalhousie Physiotherapy Clinic located on the campus of Dalhousie University. She has been an instructor/ examiner for the AIM program and sessional lecturer/ demonstrator in the School of Physiotherapy since 1996. She currently holds the position of Junior Representative for IFOMPT on the CAMPT executive and has served time on both local and national Orthopaedic Division executives of the CPA.
Rhonda graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy and in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology. She completed the Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy with the National Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in 1995. In 2017 she completed a Masters of Rehabilitation Science at McMaster University. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy as well as an Examiner and Instructor for the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Association. Since 1995 she has been a Sessional Lecturer in the School of Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University. In 2016 she was the recipient of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association National Mentorship Award. Rhonda has been involved in the physiotherapy profession serving on the Provincial and National executives of the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy. She also is a past Co-Chair of the 1999 National Orthopaedic Division Symposium. In the realm of post-graduate education, she was the provincial course organizer for Kinetic Control and a founding member of the Atlantic Manual Therapy Institute. Evidence based practice and patient centered care are key elements of her practise. With a focus on neuromusculoskeletal health, her clinical interest is in movement analysis and rehabilitation of the patient helping the individual achieve their functional goals. Rhonda currently holds the role of Clinic Manager of The Dalhousie Physiotherapy Clinic which supports the physiotherapy needs of the Varsity Athlete, Dalhousie community and community at large. As well, the clinic incorporates education and research opportunities
CLOTHING: As this is a practical course, the participants should bring shorts and a comfortable top.