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Michelle Duong

Registered Physiotherapist

Michelle DuongMichelle graduated from the Masters of Physical Therapy program at the University of Toronto in 2012. Prior to that, she completed an Honours Bachelor of Science in Human Biology in 2010, also at the University of Toronto. Her clinical experiences ranges across the continuum of care, including: spinal cord rehabilitation, sports rehabilitation, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, and acute care in medical/trauma/cardiac intensive care units. Michelle has a keen interest in neurological and orthopaedic rehabilitation.

Michelle started her career as an inpatient physiotherapist at Toronto Rehab – Lyndhurst Centre with a focus on spinal cord rehabilitation. Furthermore, she continues to work at the Lyndhurst Centre on a part-time basis in addition to Neurocore Physiotherapy & Pilates Centre. Her other work experiences include: stroke and musculoskeletal rehabilitation at Toronto Rehab – University Centre.

Michelle strongly believes in on-going professional development and has taken several courses including: Introduction to Bobath Concept: The Study of Human Movement, Introduction to the Assessment and Treatment of the Incomplete SCI Individual, Introduction to Neuro-Proprioceptive Taping, and Mulligan Concept Upper Quadrant. Michelle intends to pursue advanced studies in the Bobath Concept, APTEI joint complexes and acupuncture. Additionally, Michelle frequently attends conferences including: Canadian Physiotherapy Association – Congress, Ontario Physiotherapy Association – InterACTION, and the Canadian Seating & Mobility Conference. In 2013, Michelle lead her research group to the publication of their research article in Physiotherapy Canada entitled Developing a Physiotherapy-Specific Preliminary Clinical Decision-Making Tool for Oxygen Titration: A Modified Delphi Study.

Michelle is a strong advocate for the physiotherapy profession. Currently, she is an executive member of the Central Toronto District of the Ontario Physiotherapy Association. She is involved with promoting the profession through various activities including: editor for the CTD newsletter, Physiotherapy Month events, and CTD Annual General Meetings. Additionally, in 2014 she was involved in organizing the physiotherapy student-run tent for the Toronto Goodlife Marathon on behalf of CTD.

Michelle is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She is also a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association - Neurosciences Division.

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