Physiotherapist

Physiotherapist Barrie

CHERYL MURPHY B.SC.P.T.

Founder & Registered Physiotherapist

Cheryl graduated from Queen’s University Physical Therapy Program and holds an Honours Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto.  She has been a Registered physiotherapist in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and a member of the Canadian and Ontario Physiotherapy Associations (CPA/OPA) for more than 15 years.  She is also a member of the Neurosciences division of the CPA and the former secretary/treasurer of the Bobath Interest Group.

Immediately after graduating, she began working at the West Parry Sound Health Center.  The rotating position reinforced her passion for working with individuals with injury or illness which had impacted their neurological system.  After taking 6 months to travel, Cheryl pursued her passion by moving to Toronto to focus on neurological rehabilitation.

Cheryl joined a private clinic where she worked solely with individuals with neurological impairments in a variety of age groups.  She obtained training and gained skills in myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, basic acupuncture, and the Bobath Concept.  Cheryl honed her skills in neurological physiotherapy by working with her mentor and taking courses in advanced and masters Bobath Concept.  She has successfully worked with individuals who have experienced complex musculoskeletal and neurological injury or illness, including but not exclusive to brain injury, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, stroke, Guillain-Barre syndrome, and Cerebral Palsy.

Cheryl has extensive experience working with motor vehicle accident insurance, lawyers and multidisciplinary teams.  She feels strongly that it essential to maintain strong lines of communication between members of an individuals rehabilitation team to optimize recovery.

Cheryl resides in Barrie with her family and enjoys an active lifestyle including running, golf, yoga, ultimate Frisbee, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, and football.

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