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McLaughlin Laurie


Laurie est dilpomée de l’Université de Hamilton dans l’Ontario au Canada et a reçu son diplôme de thérapie manuelle avancée avec l’association de physiothérapie canadienne avec distinction.
Elle a developpé et enseigné des cours de formations continues de thérapie manuelle au Canada depuis plus de 20 ans.
Elle fait actuellement partie du corps enseignant du North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) aux USA et plus récemment a enseigné en Europe et en Australie.
Depuis 1992, Laurie a été examinatrice nationale pour les physiothérapeutes qui se spécialisent en Orthopédie avec la NAIOMT et a été Examinatrice en chef au Canada de 1999 a 2005.
Laurie a reussi un doctorat de science en physiothérapie à l’Université de Andrews au Michigan en 2007.
Elle est actuellement professeur assistant en clinique à l’Université de McMaster où elle est également membre de l’équipe de recheche de la HaNSA ( Head and Neck, Shoulder, arm).
Elle travaille en tant que sénior physiothérapeute a Hamilton et Oakville au Canada.


McLaughlin Laurie
Formation Kpten proposée : # Evaluation, ré-entrainement de la fonction respiratoire dans les troubles musculo-squeletiques

Professional Education/Degrees:
1982 Mohawk College/McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Diploma in Physiotherapy

1983 McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy

2007 Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI
Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy

Specializations/Certifications:
1988 Advanced Diploma in Orthopaedics with Distinction, Canada

2000 Certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON

2005 Capnography Certification, Mindful Physiology Institute
Boulder, CO



Professional Licensure:
College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, Canada
College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia, Canada

Professional Memberships/Organizations:
Fellow Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists, 1988
Member of Canadian Physiotherapy Association, 1984

Employment & Responsibilities:

2008 - present Advanced Practice Physiotherapist determining suitability for spinal surgery

2006 – present LifeMark Health, Senior consultant nationally and Oakville ON
.

2004 - present ProActive Education, Oakville, ON
Owner/Director, providing continuing education to health professionals.

1998- 2006 ProActive Therapeutics, 135 Lakeshore Rd. West, Oakville, ON
Owner/Director, physiotherapist, (sole proprietor of private practice)
Employed 4 physiotherapists, 2 kinesiologists, and 2 front desk staff.

1990- 2006 ProActive Physiotherapy, 875 Main St. West, Hamilton, ON
Owner/Director, physiotherapist, (sole proprietor of private practice)
Employed 7 physiotherapists, 3 kinesiologists, and 3 front desk staff.



Professional Appointments:

2009 – present Assistant Clinical Professor, School of Rehabilitation Science
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

1992- present Faculty / Examiner for Canada
Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Orthopaedic Division

1992- present Faculty/Examiner
North American Institute of Manual Therapy, (United States)

1999- 2005 Chief Examiner for Canada
Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Orthopaedic Division


Consultative and Advisory Positions held:
1997-2002 Clinical Expert on Committee to Establish Clinical Practice Guidelines for Spinal Manipulation in Ontario, College of Physiotherapy
2002- present Member of HaNSA, Head and Neck, Shoulder and Arm Special Interest Group, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
Member of Educationally Influential Physiotherapists, Institute for Work and Health
2009- present Member Spine Expert Panel, Ministry of Health, Government of Ontario

Awards: Eleanor Graham Hunter Lees Book Award for Excellence in Neurology, 1982

Références

Publications :
McLaughlin L. Breathing Evaluation and Retraining in Manual Therapy. JBMT 2009; 13:276-282

Pierynowski M, McLaughlin L, Gross A, MacDermid J, Galea V. Innovative biological based assessment tools to differentiate and assess patients with neck pain. JOSPT 2008 [In Press]

Gross A, Haines T, Goldsmith CH, Santaguida P, McLaughlin L, Peloso P, Burnie S, Hoving J, Knowledge to Action: A Challenge about neck pain treatment. JOSPT 2008 [e-journal Nov; Accepted]

MacDermid JC, Galea V, Teo A, Gross A, Pierrynowski M, McLaughlin L, HaNSA: Quantitative sensory testing has moderate reliability and validity in patients with mechanical neck disorders Quantitative sensory testing has moderate reliability and validity in patients with mechanical neck disorders. (Funded by CIHR Student ship) [Submitted to Physiotherapy Canada.]

Lee DG, Lee LJ, McLaughlin L Stability, Continence and Breathing: The role of fascia following pregnancy and delivery. JBMT (2008) 12: 333-348.

McLaughlin L. The use of capnography in orthopaedic physiotherapy. Orthopaedic Division Review Mar/Apr 2006.

MacDermid JC, Galea V, Pierrynowski M, Gross A, McLaughlin L. The relationship between quantitative sensory tests or electrophysiology and disability in patients with mechanical neck disorders. Orthopedic Division Review 2006;March/April:21.

Coppieters M.W., Kurz K., Mortensen T.E., Richards N.L., Skaret I.A., McLaughlin L, Hodges P.W. The impact of neurodynamic testing on the perception of experimentally induced muscle pain. Manual Therapy (2005) 10, 52-60

Pierrynowski MR, Gross A, Galea V, Miles M, McLaughlin L, McPhee C. Comparison of the long-range power-law correlations obtained from bilateral stride and head bobbing intervals in asymptomatic volunteers. Gait & Posture, 22(1), 46-50, 2005.

Gross AR, Kay M, Kennedy C, Gasner D, Hurley L, Yardley K, Hendry L., McLaughlin L. Clinical practice guideline on the use of manipulation or mobilization in the treatment of adults with mechanical neck disorders. Manual Therapy (2002) 7(4), 193-205

Scientific & Professional Presentations:
McLaughlin, L. Dunlop R.B., Advanced Practice in Spinal Care. Ontario Physiotherapy Association Conference, Toronto, Ontario

McLaughlin, L. Dunlop R.B., Goldsmith C.H., Non – Physician Triage in Patients with Back Pain, Sciatica and Spinal Stenosis. Tenth Annual Scientific Conference of the Canadian Spine Society, Lake Louise, Alberta.

McLaughlin L. Breathing Evaluation and Retraining as an Adjunct to Manual Therapy.
International Conference on Movement Dysfunction, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2009

McLaughlin L. Breathing Evaluation and Management. Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors National Symposium, Montreal PQ, 2009

McLaughlin L. Incorporating Breathing in Neuromusculoskeletal Management. Nordic Association of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapists, Gothenburg Sweden, 2009

McLaughlin L. Incorporating the Fascial System into a Clinical Reasoning Framework.
Orthopaedic Symposium, Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Montreal PQ, 2008

McLaughlin L, Goldsmith CH. Is There a Connection Between Non Responsive Neck or Back Pain Patients and Altered Respiratory Chemistry: a Case Series. Orthopaedic Symposium, Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Montreal PQ, 2008

McLaughlin L, Goldsmith CH. Is There a Connection Between Non Responsive Neck or Back Pain Patients and Altered Respiratory Chemistry: a Case Series. International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapists Symposium, Winner Best Interactive Poster Presentation, Rotterdam Holland, 2008

McLaughlin L. The Role of Focused Manipulation in Back Pain. North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy Symposium on Spinal Manipulation, Portland OR, 2008

McLaughlin L. Goldsmith CH. Altered Respiration in a Case Series of Low Back / Pelvic Pain Patients. 6th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Pain. Barcelona Spain 2007.

McLaughlin L. Fascia, Altered Breathing and Pregnancy. First International Fascia Conference Harvard University, Boston, MA, 2007.

McLaughlin L. The role of altered breathing in neck pain. HaNSA Cervical Workshop, WCPT, Vancouver BC 2007.

McLaughlin L. Breathing evaluation and management in orthopaedic physiotherapy. Keynote Address, National Orthopaedic Symposium, Calgary AB, 2006.

Hodges P.W., McLaughlin L., Souvlis T., Coppieters M.W. Does experimental pain demonstrate similar characteristics to contraction, stretch and compression as clinical pain? Poster presentation, 2005, London, ON.

Pierrynowski M, Gross A, Galea V, MacDermid J, McLaughlin L, Graham N, Kumbhare D and Parkinson W. Sensitivity of the Neck-Walk Index to detect change in patients with mechanical neck disorders. The Changing Face of Physiotherapy, 2005 Orthopaedic Symposium, Canadian Physiotherapy Association, London, ON, October 2005.

MacDermid J, Galea V, Pierrynowski M, Gross A and McLaughlin L. The relationship between quantitative sensory tests or electrophysiology and disability in patients with mechanical neck disorders. The Changing Face of Physiotherapy, 2005 Orthopaedic Symposium, Canadian Physiotherapy Association, London, ON, October 2005.

Pierrynowski M, Galea V, MacDermid J, Gross A, Kumbhare D, Parkinson W, Teo A, Missiuna P, McLaughlin L, McPhee C, Graham N, Lee A and Marley T. The head and neck, shoulder, arm research group conceptual framework. The Changing Face of Physiotherapy, 2005 Orthopaedic Symposium, Canadian Physiotherapy Association, London, ON, October 2005.

Teo A, Galea V, MacDermid J, Gross A, McLaughlin L and Pierrynowski M. Performance of patients with mechanical neck disorder on a reach and grasp task: neural strategies. The Changing Face of Physiotherapy, 2005 Orthopaedic Symposium, Canadian Physiotherapy Association, London, ON, October 2005.

McLaughlin L, Popelas C. Altered respiration in an individual with pelvic instability.
Poster Presentation, Scotland, 2005. Podium Presentation, London, ON, 2005.

McLaughlin L, Popelas C, Use of capnography to restore normal breathing in an orthopaedic caseload Poster Presentation, London, ON, October 2005.

Pierrynowski M., Kumbhare D., Galea V., Gross A., MacDermid J., McLaughlin L, HaNSA.
The Neck-Walk Index: A new performance outcome measure that identifies patients with neck pain or stiffness. Presented at the 65th Annual Assembly of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, October 2004, Phoenix, AZ.

McLaughlin L. The impact of proximal positioning on pain perception: A clinician’s journey to the research lab. Presented at the Canadian Physiotherapy Association - Orthopaedic Division 16th Annual National Symposium, St. John’s, NF, 12 September 2004.

Guy S., McDowell J., Ruttan P., Stevenson B., Turner L., Vair R., with the Head and Neck, Shoulder & Arm Special Interest Group (HaNSA Members: Galea V., Graham N., Gross A., Kumbhare D., MacDermid J., Manto L., McLaughlin L, McPhee C., Parkinson W., Pierrynowski M.) (2004) The Neck-Walk Index identifies patients with mechanical neck disorders, 8th International Federation of Orthopaedic Manual Therapists Conference, 21-26 March 2004, Cape Town, South Africa.

Buck S., Cheung G., Lundquist L., Tang B., Zavitz K., with the Head and Neck, Shoulder & Arm Special Interest Group (HaNSA Members: Galea V., Graham N., Gross A., Kumbhare D., MacDermid J., Manto L., McLaughlin L, McPhee C., Parkinson W., Pierrynowski M.) (2004) Upper limb function in patients with mechanical neck disorders, 8th International Federation of Orthopaedic Manual Therapists Conference, 21-26 March 2004, Cape Town, South Africa.

Coppieters M. W., Skaret I. A., Richards N.L., Mortensen T.E., Kurz K., McLaughlin L, Hodges P.W., (2004) The Impact of proximal positioning on pain perception. Effect of neurodynamic testing on experimental muscle pain, 8th International Federation of Orthopaedic Manual Therapists Conference, 21-26 March 2004, Cape Town, South Africa.

Pierrynowski M., Galea V., Graham N., Gross A., Kumbhare D., MacDermid J., Manto L., McLaughlin L, McPhee C., Parkinson W. (2003). A new performance outcome measure, the Neck-Walk Index, to classify patients with neck pain or stiffness, Achieving Excellence Through Collaboration Conference, Sponsored by the Insurance Bureau of Canada and the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board, 18 Sept 2003, Toronto, ON.


Teaching Experience :
1987- Present Developed and instructs continuing education courses for physiotherapists in orthopaedics for the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (throughout Canada)

1992- Present Developed and instructs for the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy in United States

2003- 2006 Provided Musculoskeletal Education sessions to Family Practice Residents at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario

1989-present Instructor of Continuing Education Workshops in Jamaica, Australia and Europe


1987 – Present Taught over 3000 hours of continuing education to more than 1500 students



Continuing Education :
2008 North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy
Symposium on Spinal Manipulation, Portland OR, 8 hours

Visceral Manipulation Practicum,
Munich Germany, 12 hours

International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapists Symposium
Rotterdam Holland, 35 hours

Explain Pain
Lorimer Moseley, Hamilton ON, 7 hours

Visceral Manipulation, Gail Wetzler, San Francisco CA, 24 hours

Orthopaedic Symposium, Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Montreal PQ, 18 hours

2007 Continuum
Emilie Conrad, Montreal PQ, 24 hours

World Congress on Physical Therapy,
Vancouver BC, 30 hours

Visceral Manipulation Workshop
Christoff Sommers, Vancouver BC, 30 hours

First International Conference on Fascia Research
Harvard University, Boston MA, 16 hours

World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Pain
Barcelona Spain, 30 hours

Functional Fascial Taping
Ron Alexander, Barcelona Spain, 4 hours


2006 Anatomy Trains Fascial Dissection Course
Tom Myers, Todd Garcia, Boulder, CO, 21 hours

Visceral Manipulation III
Christoff Sommers, Wapole, MN 32 hours

Visceral Manipulation: Peripheral Nervous System
Christoff Sommers, Wapole, MN, 24 hours


2005 Capnography Certification Course
Dr. Peter Litchfield, Boulder, CO, 30 hours

Visceral Manipulation I
Christoff Sommers, Wapole, MN 24 hours

Clinical Reasoning. Erl Pettman Oakville ON, 15 hours

2004 Lower Extremity Fascia Dissection Course
Dr. Guy Voyer, Queens University, Kingston, ON, 24 hours

Motor Control for Lumbar Spine & Pelvis
Motor Control for the Thorax
Linda Joy Lee, Oakville, ON, 15 hours each

World Congress on Low Back and Pelvis Pain
Melbourne, Australia, 15 hours

Breathing Pattern Disorders
Leon Chaitow, Melbourne, Australia, 7 hours

Workshop on Overbreathing
Peter Litchfield, Oakville, ON, 5 hours

2003 Hyperventilation Syndrome
John Oldham, Oakville, ON, 20 hours

Trunk Fascial Dissection Course
Guy Voyer, Queens University, Kingston, ON, 24 hours

2002 Assessment & Treatment of the Shoulder
Lyn Watson, Montreal, PQ, 20 hours

Integration of the Spine & Shoulder Course
Erl Pettman, Oakville, ON, 20 hours

2002 Fascia Anatomy/Dissection Course
Guy Voyer, Kingston, ON, 20 hours

2001 Stott Pilates Certification, Intensive Mat, 40 hours participation
Reformer, 50 hours participation, Toronto, ON

Pain/Neural Tension, Advanced Course
David Butler, Oakville, ON, 15 hours

Headache Course
Gwen Jull, Hamilton, ON, 15 hours


Advanced Shoulder Course
Lyn Watson, Ottawa, ON 20 hours

Continuum Exercise/Movement Course
Toronto, ON, 15 hours

2000 Medical Acupuncture, Level 1-6
McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, 200 hours


1984-1999 Extensive courses in orthopaedics and advanced manual therapy, acupuncture and pilates.

Post-professional Preceptorships :
Diane Lee BSR, MCPA, FCAMP, Vancouver, BC, 1988
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