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Nina completed her physiotherapy degree at the University of British Columbia. She works with each of her clients focusing on a hands-on approach using myofascial release, manual therapy, acupuncture and exercise prescription to restore function.
Nina has received advanced post graduate training in treating dizziness, vertigo and balance disorders. She has completed an intensive one-week Vestibular Rehabilitation Competency-based course at Emory University in Atlanta. Nina is certified in acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada and has completed post-graduate training in manual and manipulative therapy, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) treatment and persistent pain. She also runs a hydrotherapy/pool aquatic therapy program at Gordon Head Rec Centre Clinic.
Marj’s interest in whiplash and concussion motivated her to learn more about vestibular physiotherapy. Prior to 2016, she participated in three vestibular rehabilitation courses. She greatly improved her knowledge, skills and confidence in helping people with vestibular disorders optimize their recovery by taking a six-day course in 2016; as a result, Marj holds a certificate in vestibular rehabilitation from Emory University.
Sue has a special interest and years of experience in vestibular, neurological and orthopedic conditions. She has completed both introductory and advanced vestibular courses, as well as courses in concussion and post-concussion management. She works closely with a local ENT specialist.
Suzanne completed her physiotherapy degree at the University of British Columbia. Her specialization in neuroscience as an undergraduate grew into her interest in vestibular conditions and rehabilitation. Suzanne has taken numerous post graduate courses related to the treatment of concussions and vestibular disorders. She has completed an intensive one-week Vestibular Rehabilitation Competency-based course through Emory University and the American Physical Therapy Association.
For over ten years, treating balance and dizziness problems has been Ron’s passion. Whether, as a result of sport-related concussions, car accident whiplashes, age-related changes or inner-ear infections, finding the way forward is a challenge he embraces. Ron blends traditional vestibular rehabilitation, hands-on cervical spine therapy, dry needling, and home exercises to create customized recovery programs for his patients.
Professional Qualifications: Certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University. Certification in Gunn IMS from UBC. Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University.
Kelsey Cook is a registered physiotherapist and holds a certificate in vestibular rehabilitation from Emory University.She enjoys working with people with dizziness and balance issues. Additionally, she has taken courses on post-concussion syndrome including learning about how contributions from the neck and vision an cause dizziness. She has a passion for working in vestibular rehabilitation because improving vestibular issues can really impact how someone can function day to day.
Kimberly Eskritt, MCISc, AuD
Lambton Audiology Associates
102-1422 London Road, Sarnia, Ontario
Dr. Eskritt completed her clinical doctorate degree in audiology in 2007. She holds certification in Advanced Studies in Vestibular Science and Disorders from Salus University, Pennsylvania, as well as post-doctoral certification in Advanced Studies in Tinnitus. She is dedicated to the identification, analysis, diagnosis and eventual treatment of individuals with problems in vestibular and auditory function.
Tori Etheridge (Arca), BKin, MPT
Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic
Suite 204 - 13737 96 Avenue, Surrey, BC
Virtual appointments available.
Tori is a registered physiotherapist who graduated from UBC with a Masters of Physiotherapy and Bachelors of Kinesiology. She is a certified vestibular therapist and a clinical instructor at UBC. Tori has a special interest in concussions, chronic pain and vestibular disorders. In 2018, she completed certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation through Emory University and the American Physical Therapy Association. She is passionate about patient engagement and empowerment and has contributed educational pieces for PABC, UBC, Pain BC and the Balance & Dizziness Canada. Tori has clinical experience working in public healthcare, private practice and neurological research. She is a PoNS trainer and rehabilitation supervisor at the Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic.
Farron Fedechko, BSc Kin, MPT
Momentum Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic
102 – 20130 Lougheed Hwy., Maple Ridge, BC
Virtual appointments available.
Farron is a Registered Physiotherapist and has completed his competency certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation through Emory University. He has also completed numerous entry level courses in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management. Farron sits on the Board of Canadian Balance and Dizziness Disorders Society and has been invited by various groups to speak on vestibular rehabilitation.
Farron’s practice has focused on treating musculoskeletal injuries and treating patients with vestibular conditions as well as concussion. Farron’s treatment focuses on using exercise therapy, hands on techniques, education and specific visual training techniques to help his patients maximize their function.
Roly is a Registered Physiotherapist in British Columbia and a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia, he also sits on the Board for the Canadian Balance and Dizziness Disorders Society. Roly also has a Diploma in Sports Therapy (UK) and a MSc in the Clinical Management of Pain (UK). As well as attending entry level vestibular courses, Roly holds a competency Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University (USA) and is interested and experienced in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management. Roly has also attended the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Associations Clinical Skills Program. Roly has experience in both public and private practice and has been an invited speaker for various provincial and national organizations including Doctors of BC, Pain BC Echo Project, Canadian Pedorthic Association, Fraser Health Authority and Vancouver Coastal Health Authority.
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