Dora Forde – Physiotherapist

PT.(Reg.)Ont., M.Sc.PT., B.Kin.(Hon.)

Dora Forde

Physiotherapist

PT.(Reg.)Ont., M.Sc.PT., B.Kin.(Hon.)

Qualifications
Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology
Master of Science in Physiotherapy, McMaster University 

Specialty Training
Parkinson Wellness Recovery (PWR) Certification
Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Comprehensive Introduction
Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation
Managing Complex BPPV
Managing Dizziness in Post-Concussion Syndrome
Concussion Management Workshop Level 1 and 2
Sport Physiotherapy Canada Concussion Symposium
Foundations of Anatomical Acupuncture (AA1)
Clinical Application of Anatomical Acupuncture (AA2)
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Management 
Plantar heel pain and sensitivity
Manual Therapy Level 1 and Level 2 Lower Extremity

Care Philosophy
“Merging my experience from the private sector and acute care, my care approach is centred on you, the patient. I’m always researching and implementing the latest care techniques.”

After Hours
Dora enjoys playing sports and traveling. 

Fun Fact
“I learned to drive in the mountains of Greece!”

Dora graduated from McMaster University with a Masters of Science Degree in Physiotherapy. She has worked in the private sector as well as in acute care. 

Since graduating Dora has furthered her education and skills by taking various courses in acupuncture, manual therapy, concussion rehabilitation and vestibular rehabilitation. Dora is also a certified Parkinson Wellness Recovery (PWR) therapist. PWR therapists integrate research-based exercise approaches and task-specific training routines to help optimize function and help individuals with Parkinson’s Disease meet their specific goals. 

She is a strong believer in taking a patient-centred approach when treating patients. She is constantly looking for ways to offer the best care possible to patients. In her free time Dora enjoys playing various sports and travelling.