Centres & Labs
Although the School of Physiotherapy may be housed in the oldest building on the Dalhousie campus, the Forrest building, its researchers are nothing short of cutting edge. Our faculty researchers pursue further study to develop their understanding of preventative measures and reactive treatments that promote mobility and functionality in patients.
Sarah Kraeutner and Tony Ingram, shows that inhibition of motor related areas in the brain do not impair the ability to learn a skill through motor imagery-based practice.
Faculty in the School of Physiotherapy engage in a broad range of research investigation with labs crossing all areas of physiotherapy practice including:
Joint Action Research Laboratory
JAR LAB is a specialized human movement and balance assessment suite for advanced rehabilitation science. Twitter: @DalJarLab
Geriatric Medicine Research Group (GMR) operates under the umbrellas of the Centre for Health Care of the Elderly at Nova Scotia Health, and the Division of Geriatric Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Dalhousie University.)
Laboratory for Brain Recovery and Function
LBRF works toward optimizing the recovery of individuals with diseases or disorders of the nervous system by optimizing the treatment methods used during rehabilitation. Twitter: @DalLBRF
Biomedical Translational Imaging Centre (BIOTIC; IWK Health Centre and Nova Scotia Health Authority)
Dynamics of Human Motion Lab (DOHM Lab) (School of Biomedical Engineering)