Osteoporosis Canada

Yoga and Osteoporosis: Suggestions for Safe and Appropriate Practice

Yoga and Osteoporosis: Suggestions for Safe and Appropriate Practice

Original Air Date : June 2, 2021

Original Air Date : June 2, 2021


PRESENTERS

Caitlin McArthur

Caitlin McArthur

PhD
Dr. Caitlin McArthur is a registered physiotherapist and Assistant Professor at Dalhousie University in the School of Physiotherapy. She completed her PhD in the Kinesiology department at the University of Waterloo with a specialization in Aging, Health and Well-being. Dr. McArthur’s research focuses on falls, fractures and functional mobility in home and long-term care. She also has expertise in bone health, exercise and physical activity. Dr. McArthur is the recipient of several awards including a CIHR Fellowship and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Silver Quill Award.

MODERATORS

Tanya Long

Tanya Long

Senior Manager, National Education, Osteoporosis Canada

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