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Level 2 Lower Quadrant - Saint-John N.-B., Fall 2019

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Level 2

Lower Quadrant

Fall 2019



Allison Beaton MScPT, MClSc, FCAMPT

Andrea McAllister BScPT, MClSc, FCAMPT


September 19th-22nd

October 3rd-6th

October 24th-27th


Workers’ Rehabilitation Centre

3700 Westfield Rd. Saint-John, New-Brunswick



This is a twelve day course involving the examination and treatment of the lumbar spine, and the lower extremity. Relevant anatomy and pathology will be covered. Practical sessions of lumbar spine mobilization and stabilization, peripheral joint mobilization and manipulation will follow demonstrations to allow participants to develop proficient manual therapy skills. Please wear appropriate clothing to allow for examination of spinal and peripheral joints. Examination of course material is to be held immediately following the course (within the time specified). Successful completion of this examination is a prerequisite to Level 3 lower course. Results and certificates (if applicable) will be mailed to the participant upon successful completion of the course/examination.




As this is a practical course, the participants should bring shorts and a comfortable top.


$1400 + 15% HST = $1610 (OPD Member)

$1500 + 15% HST = $1725 (CPA Member)

$1700 + 15% HST = $1955 (non CPA Member)

*The course can be paid by cheque for the full amount or it can be paid via 3 cheques of equal amounts dated September 19th, October 3rd and October 24th, 2019. Confirmation email will be sent once registration is received.



Please note that the deadline for registration will be August 8th, 2019.



Andrea McAllister

Andrea graduated from Dalhousie University and has spent most of her career working in private practice. She obtained her Intermediate (Part A) and then Advanced (Part B) credentials in the first few years of her career, and then went on to graduate from Western University in Ontario in 2008 with her Master of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy. Andrea attends Congress or Symposium annually, and has taken many non-curriculum courses to round out her clinical and teaching skill set. She regularly mentors both students and Physiotherapists, and contributes to our profession, sitting on the Education Committee of the Orthopaedic Division for almost 10 years. Andrea is an Examiner and Instructor in the Orthopaedic Division curriculum.


Alison Beaton

Alison graduated from Dalhousie University in 2003 and received her Advanced Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2009; her MClSc From Western in 2012; and Sports Diploma in 2014. She spent much of her career with the Cirque du Soleil, has held Orthopaedic clinical positions all across Canada and volunteered both with National level sports teams and in communities in South Africa and South America. In Halifax, Alison is co-owner of and works at Scotia Physiotherapy, and instructs in the orthopaedic assessment and gross anatomy labs at Dalhousie University. She is the current chair of the Orthopedic Division. Alison brings a unique perspective to teaching orthopedic assessment and problem solving in treatment.



An administrative fee of $150 will be charged for a cancellation received after August 8th, 2019.



September 19th-22nd, 2019

October 3rd-6th, 2019

October 24th-27th, 2019


Thursdays 5:00 pm 9:00 pm

Fridays 8:00 pm 4:30 pm

Saturdays 8:00 am 4:30 pm

Sundays 8:00 am 4:30 pm


*Hours may vary slightly based on instructors’ schedules (ie. finishing earlier on Sunday afternoons).