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Rae Ann graduated from the University of Alberta in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She was certified in Vestibular Rehabilitation in 2008 at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia and has taken several advanced courses in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management. Her post-graduate training also includes treatment for neurological dysfunction, fall prevention and treatment of balance disorders.
As the senior leader of the vestibular program, she is involved in mentoring, teaching and program development. She is keen to spread awareness about vestibular rehabilitation and concussion by giving talks to various groups in the community.
Rae Ann is also a lab assistant in the neurology classes in the School of Physical Therapy at the University of Saskatchewan and teaches the introductory vestibular lecture to the first-year physical therapy students.
Rae Ann is passionate about treating patients with dizziness, vertigo, balance disorders and post-concussion symptoms. She enjoys the challenge of individualizing each person’s treatment program to assist them in achieving maximum function and mobility. Client education is an important part of her treatment; helping clients understand what they can do at home to improve their symptoms.
Rae Ann enjoys spending time with her husband and their four boys. She enjoys yoga, travelling, hiking, and experimenting with new recipes.
- Certificate Of Competency For Vestibular Rehabilitation, Emory University
- Trained In Concussion Management