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The Physiotherapist at Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic will be responsible for carrying out individualized rehabilitation programs for clients with neurological deficits. With the support of the allied team (rehabilitation assistants, kinesiologists and occupational therapists), physiotherapists have the ability to work with clients on an individual basis or as part of the PoNS Treatment program.
Working with clients in the PoNS Treatment program offers a unique opportunity as clients are enrolled in a set-length rehabilitation program with high contact time and structured sessions. The physiotherapist is the leader of their client’s care and guides them through the program using evidence-based techniques.
The occupational therapist at the Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic will work alongside a multidisciplinary team, providing evidence-based assessments and rehabilitation for individuals with chronic gait and balance deficits due to neurological conditions.
This is a unique position as clients are enrolled in a set-length rehabilitation program with high contact time and structured sessions.
The Center for Neurology Studies (CNS) at the Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic focuses on technology-based innovations for rapid impacts in health improvements and outcomes. Our CNS clinical trials team does this by bringing cutting-edge therapies to people in need, helping bridge the bench-to-bedside gap.
The Research Assistant helps to support the planning, communication, documentation and implementation of several clinical trials and research activities for the CNS.