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Meaghan Adams is a physiotherapist with experience in sports medicine and private practice. She graduated from Queen's University, and went on to complete Fowler-Kennedy's Sport Physiotherapy Fellowship before earning her Certificate in Sport Physiotherapy from Sport Physiotherapy Canada. Meaghan has worked with Hockey Canada, Sledge Hockey Canada, and Skate Canada, as well as other local sporting organizations.
She has treated athletes of all levels and abilities, in-clinic and on-field. As her caseload grew to include more patients with concussions, she became trained in vestibular rehabilitation, and read anything she could find about concussion rehab. Meaghan found most concussion research was focused on symptoms and return to sport, but she had questions about the neuroscience of the injury, so she began a PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo. Her research examines the sensory integration impairments that occur after concussion.
Meaghan maintains a clinical practice treating patients with concussions as well as other sports injuries and vestibular issues. Her clinical work also includes educating groups about concussion prevention, treating acute and chronic concussions, and using exercise to facilitate return to activity.