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Megan Abraham
Physiotherapist

Available at multiple locations

About

Megan graduated from McGill University with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2012. She has also earned a Master of Arts in Human Kinetics and a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa in 2008 and 2006, respectively.

She has been fortunate in her career as a physiotherapist having worked in both public and private health care organizations, gaining invaluable knowledge and experience from her patients and colleagues. Most recently, Megan was involved with the implementation of one of the Rapid Access Clinics for Musculoskeletal Care and later worked as an Advanced Practice Provider in the clinic where she triaged, assessed, diagnosed, and provided management options for patients living with various stages of hip and/or knee osteoarthritis. She was also part of the Prehab team, assisting with the coordination and instruction of pre-operative education sessions for patients preparing for total joint replacement surgery. Her professional interests include prehabilitation, post-operative rehabilitation, sport injuries, and occupational rehabilitation.

Megan recently joined the team at Cornwall Physiotherapy to help launch the Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB) specialty clinics facilitated through the Ontario Workers Network (OWN), providing workers in Cornwall and the surrounding area a place to recover from their workplace injuries closer to home. She is passionate about providing her patients with knowledge and self-management strategies so that they feel empowered to successfully manage their injury and overall health.

A firm believer in life-long learning, Megan is presently completing her Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy from A. T. Still University in Arizona and will graduate summer 2021. Outside of her practice, Megan is an avid reader and enjoys spending time cycling, running, weightlifting, singing, and traveling.

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