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Paul Brisebois

Paul Brisebois

Professor

Faculty of Applied Health & Community Studies

paul.brisebois2@sheridanc.sheridancollege.ca

Paul is currently a professor and Program Coordinator in the Honours Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences (Athletic Therapy) program. His formal education includes an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree (Kinesiology) from Laurentian University (2001), a Diploma in Sports Injury Management from Sheridan College (2004) and a Masters of Science Degree from Indiana State University (2006). Along with being a Certified Athletic Therapist, Paul has experience in being a member of the NATA internationally in the United States while completing graduate school. Paul’s teaching areas include anatomy and clinical biomechanics. 

Courses Taught – Last 5 Years

  • ANAT 23672 Anatomy of the Lower Quadrant
  • ANAT 27545 Anatomy of the Upper Quadrant

Research Interests

  • Anatomy
  • Biomechanics
  • Exercise therapy
  • He has particular interest in investigating and developing intervention programs for those patients with low back and hip pain

Conference Presentations

  • Brisebois, P. (2007-06-22). Mulligan's Mobilization with Movement Technique Produces Greater Increases than Static Stretching on Passive Internal Rotation of the Hip. NATA Clinical Symposium. Anaheim, United States.

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