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Isabelle Pearson

Isabelle Pearson

Position: Faculty Lecturer

Building: Hosmer House, 3630 prom Sir-William-Osler

Office Room: H201

Mailing Address: 3654 prom Sir-William-Osler, Montréal, QC, Canada H3G 1Y5

Office Phone: 514-398-4400 ext 09214

ISABELLE [dot] PEARSON [at] MCGILL [dot] CA (Email)

Education: BSc (PT, McGill); MSc (Rehabilitation Sciences, McGill); Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy

Teaching:

PHTH-550 Physical Therapy Orthopedic Management
PHTH-661 Sport Physiotherapy

Clinical practice

Isabelle Pearson is currently working in the field of Sport and Orthopedic Physiotherapy. In the past, she has worked during many years as the head therapist for the Canadian Judo Team, she has also worked in a private clinic with a sport and orthopedic clientele and also a rehabilitation centre treating orthopedic and rheumatology clients.

Research Description:

Isabelle Pearson’s interests include Sport and Orthopedic Physiotherapy. She previously collaborated in studies on concussion, ethics in sport medicine and whiplash-associated disorders. She is currently devoting her time to teaching and clinical practice.

Selected Publications:

Pearson I, Boyd J, Boyer-Rémillard M-E, Pilon-Piquette M and McKinley P. (2013). Une version québécoise du Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 2 (SCAT2) – Outil d’évaluation des commotions cérébrales dans le sport 2 : Québec (SCAT2-Qc). Physiotherapy Canada, 65(4):378-383.

Pearson I, Reichert A, DeSerres SJ, Dumas JP and Côté JN. (2009). Maximal voluntary isometric neck strength deficits in adults with whiplash-associated disorders and association with pain and fear of movement. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 39(3):179-187.