Julie Crowson MScPT
Julie Crowson is a registered Physiotherapist with the province of Ontario. She graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Science, Honours in Kinesiology in 2011 and completed a Master’s of Science degree in Physiotherapy at Queen’s University in 2013.
Julie has continued to expand her practice by acquiring additional skills through post-graduate education in orthopedic and vestibular conditions. She has taken courses in functional dry needling, acupuncture, manual therapy, soft tissue release and Task-Specific Electrical Stimulation for children with cerebral palsy. She also has a special interest in concussion and vestibular rehabilitation and is excited to share this passion with the pediatric population.
Julie has been a competitive dancer for the majority of her life and is passionate about including movement in her therapy.
In her spare time she enjoys dancing, yoga, running, working out and spending time outdoors with friends and family.
Harkness Centre for Dance Injuries Functional Tests to Assess Pointe Readiness
Harkness Centre for Dance Injuries – Guidelines for Treatment and Management of
Concussion in Dancer October 2018
Dynamic Core for Kids and Application to Baby Treatment August 2018
Conversations with Shelley and Kim: Congenital Muscular Torticollis August 2018
Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling Level 1 January 2018
Acupuncture Level 1 (Acupuncture Canada) April 2017
Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Competency Based Course April 2016
Manual Therapy Level 2 Upper December 2014
FAE/FCE Certification April 2014
McKenzie Part A October 2013
Manual Therapy Level 1 August 2013
Soft Tissue Release Course July 2013
CPA Congress 2013 (Montreal) Delegate May 2013
Interprofessional Infection Control Workshop January 2013
AODA Accessible Customer Service E-Learning Course January 2013
Static Splinting Workshop February 2013
Interprofessional Forum on Sport and Disability March 2012
Interprofessional Compassionate Care Workshop September 2012
Introduction to Interprofessional Education November 2011