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Carole Chebaro

Co-Founder of Neurocore, Registered Physiotherapist &
Certified Stott® Pilates Instructor

Carole ChebaroCarole is the co-founder of Neurocore Physiotherapy & Pilates Centre Inc. Carole graduated from McMaster University after receiving a Master's of Clinical Health Science in Physiotherapy degree in 2004, a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto- Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in 2002 and an Honour's Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from York University in 2000. Carole completed her Stott® Pilates Instructor Certification in 2008 & Garuda Matwork Certification in 2012.  She has been an Assistive Devices Program Authorizer since 2006.  Carole completed the post-graduate certification through APTEI in Acupuncture & Dry Needling and is working towards the Registered Trigenics® Practitioner certification.  Carole is fluent in the Arabic language.

Her diverse work experience includes Spinal Cord Rehab Program at the Lyndhurst Centre- Toronto Rehab Institute, School Care Physiotherapy at Erinoak Kids- Centre for Development and Treatment, Outpatient Orthopaedics at St. Joseph's Health Care Centre and Private as well as Group Pilates Instruction at Balance Personal Training, Fitness and Rehab. She acts as a Small Group Facilitator and Clinical Instructor for Physiotherapy University of Toronto students- Neurology unit and recently received a recognition award for this role.  She also acts as a Clinical Instructor for Kinesiology students from schools as Humber-Guelph and University of Waterloo.  She has presented two poster presentations at the 3rd National Spinal Cord Injury Conference on the effectiveness of hydrotherapy & Pilates in the SCI population.

Carole's clinical practice, commitment to professional development and evidence-based practice is reflected by some of the ongoing education and courses she has taken which include: Stott® Pilates annual continuing education courses, The Bobath Concept (1) The Relationship between Postural Control and Functional Movement (2) Assessment & Treatment of the incomplete spinal cord injured patient with respect to  current neuroplasticity and plasticity (3) The Assessment & Treatment of Adult Hemiplegia (4) A Call To Arms: Considerations for Upper Limb Recovery: Dexterity, Postural Control & Gait, Acupuncture- AA1 & AA2, APTEI: Acupuncture for the Lower Limb/Upper Limb, The Trigenics® Institute- Upper Body assessment & treatment, Sahrmann- Level 1, Advanced Bioness® training- Functional electrical stimulation for foot drop & L300Plus, Mulligan- Lower Quadrant Mobilizations, McKenzie- Lumbar Spine, Manual Therapy- Level 1, APTEI- Acupuncture & Dry Needling: The Lower Extremity, The Knee Complex & Therapeutic Taping , The Wheelchair in the real world: Practical considerations for successful wheelchair set-up, Bhanda Yoga: The Scientific Keys, as well frequent attendance to presentations as Paul Hodges' "Lumbopelvic motor control: Clinical techniques in motor control training for Lumopelvic pain" and conferences as the National Spinal Cord Injury Conferences, Stott® Pilates tours, Yoga and Pilates conference and international conferences. Carole continues to participate in community service through her volunteer work as with her recent involvement with "Life Rolls On" and XSAdaptive where she  facilitated a team of volunteers and adapted surfers in Hawaii as well as through her work with the Canadian Paraplegic Association.

Carole is a Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario and a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association- Neurosciences Division and the Ontario College of Teachers.  She holds an 'Adjunct Lecturer' status at the University of Toronto, in the Department of Physical Therapy. Carole has a special interest in adapting Pilates for conditioning and rehab for clients with various physical presentations. Her goal is to maximize her clients' full potential and help them reach their goals.  She believes in the philosophy that self-healing with appropriate therapy are the keys to optimum health.

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