Paul Davison, PT
Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies (BRLS), Brock University
Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin), Brock University
Master of Science in Physical Therapy Candidate (MSc PT), Queen’s University
Vesitubular Rehabilitation (vertigo)
Paul is a Registered Physiotherapist, who completed his Master of Science in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University in 2019. Paul has experience working in orthopaedics at the Department of National Defence, and within the general population of Kingston. Paul has also worked in spinal cord rehabilitation at Providence Care Hospital, and orthopaedic acute care at Kingston General Hospital.
Paul has successfully completed a vestibular rehabilitation course offered through the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute, and can assess, and provide evidence-based treatments for people experiencing central, and peripheral vestibular disorders and benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). Paul also offers assessment, management, and rehabilitation of acute and persistent concussion syndrome, following the completion of his training through Shift Concussion Management.
Paul lives a very active lifestyle by participating in regular weight training and cardiovascular endurance training. Paul currently plays recreational ice hockey, and played competitive hockey and lacrosse growing up.