SPC Now Has Merchandise!

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We’re excited to announce SPC now has merchandise for order: We’ll be kicking off our debut into the world of SPC gear with a quarter zip long sleeve, perfect for warmups or for at work. It is soft, stretchy, and breathable. Built to perform, keeping you warm while allowing full dynamic movement. By ordering this shirt, you… Read more »

Latest “The Review” is Now Live!

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“The Review” is a Sport Physiotherapy Canada evidence based exploration in sports medicine, which is released quarterly. Posts are available for discussion for until the next submission. Please note these summaries are reviews of published studies, not original works.  Co-Chief Editors: Jovana Smoljanić, MScPT, MScHK, Dip. SPC Jacquie van Ierssel, PhD, MSc Rehab, FCAMPT, Dip. SPC… Read more »

Membership Renewal

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A friendly reminder to our members the deadline to renew your Sport Physiotherapy Canada membership, along with your Canadian Physiotherapy Association membership, is September 30th, 2020. Renewal can be completed at this link: https://physiotherapy.ca/account-centre Check out the FAQs here: https://physiotherapy.ca/faq-your-membership-renewal And please feel free to contact the Member Services team for support:Phone: (613) 564-5454 or… Read more »

Official Launch of “The Review”

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“The Review” is a Sport Physiotherapy Canada evidence based exploration in sports medicine, which is released quarterly. Posts are available for discussion for a one month term. Please note these summaries are reviews of published studies, not original works.  Co-Chief Editors: Jovana Smoljanić, MScPT, MScHK, Dip. SPC Jacquie van Ierssel, PhD, MSc Rehab, FCAMPT, Dip. SPC… Read more »

Concussion Study Recruitment

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The Holahan lab is recruiting for 2 online surveys (administered by Qualtrics) entitled: Study 1 =  “Prolonged symptoms in cognition and emotional outcomes of sport-related concussion in adults”. This study has been cleared by an ethics committee under CUREB-B Clearance 112126. The study is supervised by Dr. Matthew Holahan, Department of Neuroscience. Study 2 =… Read more »