Kristy Robinson PT

Registered Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Science Kinesiology

Bachelor of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy

Certificate of Intermediate Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy

Master of Science in Rehabilitation

Professor, Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant Program Georgian College Health, Wellness and Sciences Centre

Acupuncture Rostered

Kristy is a registered physiotherapist and graduated from McMaster University in 1998. Her treatment approach is one that is grounded in best practice and tailored to meet each individualís unique needs. Kristy uses a combination of treatment strategies including education, manual therapy, acupuncture, biofeedback and corrective exercises to help her clients achieve optimal health and wellness.

Kristy also holds a Bachelor of Kinesiology from McMaster University and a Master of Science from the University of Western Ontario. While at Western, her research was focused on rotator cuff pathology. Consequently, shoulder problems remain a special area of interest for her. She also has extensive experience in working with people with complex conditions and illnesses. As a result, she has a comprehensive understanding of the body systems and their role in recovery.

After graduating from Western, Kristy began her career as a college professor at Humber. There, she taught sports injury management, anatomy, and health and wellness courses. Kristy currently teaches rehabilitation-focused courses at Georgian College. As an educator, Kristy recognizes the importance of ongoing learning, both formally and informally. She is always learning from clients and colleagues, and continues to take a variety of courses to enhance her knowledge and clinical skills.

Kristy enjoys distance running, canoeing, mountain and road biking, and volleyball. She was fortunate to compete in the Canadian Ultimate Championships and continues to play recreationally year round.Kristy values the opportunity to engage in an active lifestyle and understands the importance of doing so. She is dedicated to helping others stay active through achieving optimal recovery and preventing further illness or injury.